Bellevue Members

Carol D Betts Carol D Betts, Attorney
Carol D. Betts Family Law LLC
400 112th Ave NE
Suite 240
Bellevue, WA 98004
425-635-7737
425-635-7738, fax
cdbetts@seattlefamilylawyer.com
www.seattlefamilylawyer.com

Carol's practice is focused on assisting clients with respectful, practical and child centered solutions to family law disputes. She is a divorced parent and brings a perspective of life experience as well as legal experience to her practice.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law AttorneyMediator


Cheryl D Hubbell Cheryl D Hubbell, Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist
Caliber Home Loans
11255 Kirkland Way
Suite 100
Kirkland, WA 98033
206-909-4936
MLO - 176331
425-605-3248, fax
cheryl.hubbell@caliberhomeloans.com
www.cherylhubbell.com

As a Senior Mortgage Banker/Broker for over 20 years I have provided mortgage consultation and loan options for those navigating through a divorce. I can assist in determining you and your spouse's outstanding debt, and resolve questions about your credit and future financing options. I am committed to my clients and the Collaborative process. WE HAVE OFFICES IN SEATTLE AND THE EASTSIDE TO MEET WITH OUR CLIENTS.

Credentials: CMPS, Licensed WA Mortgage Broker

Collaborative Role(s): Mortgage Broker


Kurt Lichtenberg Kurt Lichtenberg
1975 112th Avenue NE
Suite 202
Bellevue, WA 98004-4448
425-455-3787
425-455-3713, fax
klichti@aol.com
www.Lichtenberglaw.com

Credentials: Also Member Montana, Alaska Bar Assns.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


Mary Sakaguchi Mary Sakaguchi, Attorney
Sakaguchi & Reese, PLLC
11120 NE 2nd Street
Suite 201
Bellevue, WA 98004
425-456-1840
425-420-2664, fax
mary@sakaguchilaw.com
www.sakaguchilaw.com

Mary Sakaguchi has focused her practice on family law for over ten years and expanded her practice to include real estate and estate planning over five years ago. Mary's practice is interest-based - focusing on the needs of her clients as the foundation for how she approaches each case. When appropriate and possible, she encourages collaboration and creativity in resolving disputes, believing that this leads to durable resolutions for her clients. Mary tailors her practice to the specific needs of her clients, having provided unbundled services and legal coaching to full representation in complex and multi-million dollar estates.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


Ruby Sangha Ruby Sangha, Real Estate Attorney
Premises Law Group, PLLC
2375 130th Ave NE
Suite 101A
Bellevue, WA 98005
4255022227
ruby@premiseslaw.com
www.premiseslaw.com

With over 500 real estate transactions in the last 3 years and overseeing over 100 million dollars of real estate, we are a referral only law firm appointed to oversee real estate transactions for real estate funds, referrals from collaborative specialists and the bankruptcy courts of Washington, we provide legal real estate analysis and ensure all properties are sold for the highest price under tight deadlines.

Credentials: Member of King County Collaborative Law Member of Washington State Bar Association Member of Northwest Multiple Listing Service Managing Real Estate Broker in Washington

Collaborative Role(s): Financial Specialist, Financial Planner, Mortgage Broker, OtherOther Civil Law Attorney


Joseph Shaub Joseph Shaub, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
10940 NE 33rd Place
Suite 109
Bellevue, WA 98004
206-587-0417
joe@josephshaub.com
www.josephshaub.com

A Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist since 1991, Joe works with couples who are struggling to find safety and peace in their relationship. As a collaborative coach, he supports each individual as they fashion a new relationship with their former partner. This passage is often daunting, but with the support of a compassionate and experienced coach and collaborative team wonders due ensue. Joe's coaching is informed by the work of U.W.'s John Gottman and the adult attachment work which forms the basis of Emotionally Focused Therapy.

Credentials: J.D., University of Southern California (1974); M.A. (Marriage and Family Therapy), California Family Study Center (1991); Collaborative Law Basic Trainer (2004-2006); 30-Hour Collaborative Interest-Based Negotiation Trainer (2010); Instructor in Family Systems and Ethics, Anioch University (1996-1999); Adjunct Instructor, U.W. Law School, Interviewing and Counseling (2002-2011)

Collaborative Role(s): CoachMediator


Loretta S. Story Loretta S. Story, Attorney, Mediator
Story Law / Eastside Collaborative Law Center
1407 116th Ave. N.E.
Suite 210
Bellevue, WA 98004
425-688-1159
425-671-0186, fax
lstory@storylaw.com
www.storylaw.com

Loretta is an experienced Family Law practitioner and mediator, who assists clients with creative, positive resolutions for their individual needs through the collaborative process. Loretta seeks to maintain the family dignity during the transitional period and the future. Founder, Co-Chair of Collaborative Law Section of King County Bar Assn.; former King County Bar Assn. Trustee; Eastside King County Bar Assn. Trustee; Board Member of Eastside Legal Assistance Program; and Board Member/Officer of King County Collaborative Law; selected Seattle Met's Top Family Law Attorney for 2010; awarded the WSBA's "Local Hero Award" in 2011 for outstanding service to the Bar and King County residents.

Credentials: B.S. Psychology; Cert. Social Work; Washington State Bar Assoc.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law AttorneyMediator


Courtney A. Story Courtney A. Story
Story Law
1407 116th Ave NE, Ste 210
Bellevue, WA 98004
(Online Map)
425-688-1159
425-671-0186, fax
cstory@storylaw.com
www.storylaw.com/

Courtney is a family law attorney with a focus on Collaborative Law and mediation. She assists parties with all aspects of family law disputes including dissolutions, legal separation, child custody and support, relocation and parenting. Courtney is committed to obtaining durable and respectful resolutions. Her memberships and affiliations are: Washington State Bar Association; King County Bar Association (Family Law and Collaborative Law Sections); East King County Bar Association; Collaborative Professionals of Washington (CPW); and International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP).

Credentials: University of Washington School of Law, 2002; Collaborative Law Training - 2010; University of Washington Mediation Training - 2010.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney