Seattle Members

L. Brooks Baldwin L. Brooks Baldwin, Collaborative Attorney/Mediator
Baldwin Collaborative Law
17565 - 47th Ave. NE
Suite 100
Lake Forest Park, WA 98155
206-307-2472
206-307-2472, fax
brooks@baldwincollaborativelaw.com
www.baldwincollaborativelaw.com

Providing compassion and dignity in guiding divorcing couples towards the mutual creation of workable divorce settlements. Focusing exclusively on Collaborative Family Law, Mediation, and "Limited Scope Representation" (consulting, document prep and filing), we help you reach agreement in your divorce and separation in a supportive, respectful and cost-effective manner, allowing you and your spouse to make the decisions about your future and your children's future - without going to court. Understanding and respecting your unique needs is paramount. Complimentary 45-minute consultation for individuals dedicated to seeking a no-court divorce. Major credit cards accepted.

Credentials: Member of Washington State Bar Association (1989); Member of KCCL (King County Collaborative Law); Member of IACP (International Association of Collaborative Professionals); Member of Cascadia Collaborative Divorce Practice Group; UW School of Law Professional Mediation Training; Juris Doctor, Seattle University School of Law; Stephen Ministry Trained and Divorce Support Group Facilitator at various churches and organizations.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney, MediatorOther


Sandra Barto, Attorney at Law and Mediator
7683 SE 27th Street
Box #225
Mercer Island, WA 98040
206-227-2545
bartolaw@comcast.net
www.bartolaw.com

Collaborative law's team approach allows people to resolve difficult issues in a safe environment and encourages the preservation of relationships and financial resources. My law practice is influenced and informed by my Master of Arts in Counseling and my considerable experience working and teaching in the field of mediation.

Credentials: MAEd, JD, Certified Mediator

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law AttorneyMediator


Ginger A. Boyle Ginger A. Boyle, Attorney/Mediator
9100 Roosevelt Wy. NE #300
Seattle, WA 98115
206-525-7067
206-525-2310, fax
ginger@gingerboyle.com
www.gingerboyle.com

Ginger helps people turn divorce into a healing process. She practices mediation, collaboration and representation. She has been a divorce lawyer for 34 years and mediator for 26. She offers couples and/or individuals free phone consultations to find out if getting together in person makes sense.

Credentials: Juris Doctor, 1981, Divorce and parenting mediation training 1990

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law AttorneyMediator


Dr. Phil Brown, Marriage & Family Therapist
Beacon Couple & Family Therapy, LLC
The Pioneer Bldg., 600 First Ave.
Suite 516
Seattle, WA 98104
206-780-1036
bcft1@msn.com
www.beacontherapy.com

Dr. Brown is a 'Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist' with over 25 years experience counseling children, couples, and families.

Credentials: LMFT, Ph.D., AAMFT Clinical Member & Approved Supervisor

Collaborative Role(s): Coach, Child SpecialistMediator


Elise Buie Elise Buie, Attorney
Elise Buie Family Law Group, PLLC
1001 Fourth Ave. 44th Floor
Seattle, WA 98115
206-926-9848
206-389-1623
888-659-6345, fax
eliseb@elisebuiefamilylaw.com
www.elisebuiefamilylaw.com

Serving as a Guardian ad Litem in some of the most high-conflict situations, practicing as a family law attorney and representing parents in dependency matters after their children have been removed by CPS, I have a very thorough understanding of family systems. I also know from my own experience with collaborative law, that it is possible to craft a durable, workable solution even in what seems like an impossible situation. Agreements that people make on their own are more likely to work in the future than court-ordered solutions. Collaborative law empowers divorcing couples and parents to choose their best future. Like Pete Carroll says "Win Forever." Collaborative law lets families win forever. I love helping families "think outside the box" to find solutions that uniquely work for them.

Credentials: I am an active member of the Washington Bar. I am a member of the King County Bar Association (Family Law Section, Collaborative Law Section), the Snohomish County Bar Association, the Washington State Bar Association, (Family Law Section, CLE Committee), the Washington Women Lawyers, the AFCC (Washington Chapter) and the American Bar Association (Family Law Section and GP Solo Division, Family Law Committee, Juvenile Law Committee, Commission on Women in the Profession and Children and the Law). I provide my time and services through the Moderate Means program of the Washington State Bar Association. I have both personal and professional experience with collaborative law.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


Mindy M Carr Mindy M Carr, Attorney
Skellenger Bender PS
1301 Fourth Avenue, Ste. 3401
Seattle, WA 98101
206-623-6501
MCarr@SkellengerBender.com
http://www.skellengerbender.com/

Mindy Carr works hard to empower her clients to reach fair and durable agreements, to deescalate conflict, and to keep focus on the best interests of their children. Her background and training in psychology make her compassionate and supportive to her clients.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


Susan E. Carroll Susan E. Carroll
Law Offices of Susan Carroll, PLLC
6041 California Ave. SW, Suite 101
Seattle, WA 98136
206-452-5483
206-452-5688, fax
sc@susancarrolllaw.com
www.susancarrolllaw.com

Susan Carroll uses skill and compassion to assist her clients in reaching healthier resolutions for tough divorce issues.

Credentials: SuperLawyer Rising Star 2010, 2011, 2012

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law AttorneyMediator


Elaine Chan Elaine Chan, CFP, CDFA, Financial Advisor and Certified Financial Planner
FIOH Global Asset Management & Strategies, LLC
4701 SW Admiral Way, #245
Seattle, WA 98116
(Online Map)
4259543673
elaine@elainechancfp.com
www.FIOHInvestments.com

When you are single, your financial needs are often very different than when you are married. Do not neglect the long-term financial planning and management after a divorce. Elaine takes a global perspective in her portfolio management and strategic planning. She believes that her clients deserve her time and perseverance and has been known for going above and beyond her clients expectations. Her strength in being empathetic to her clients has lead her to assist divorced and divorcing clients in finding resolutions to the financial impact of such a life changing event. Elaine is committed to helping her clients take hold of their financial future in their own hands. Please check her website for contact information.

Credentials: Accredited Investment Fiduciary, AIF, Certified Financial Planner, CFP; Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, CDFA; Charted Retirement Planning Counselor, CRPC; Masters and PhD in Economics from Cornell University

Collaborative Role(s): Financial SpecialistFinancial Planner


Nathan Cliber Nathan Cliber, Attorney at Law
Seattle Divorce Services
2317 NW Market St.
Seattle, WA 98107
(Online Map)
206-784-3049
nathan@seattledivorceservices.com
www.seattledivorceservices.com

As a family law attorney, much of my work is with people going through a divorce, or otherwise seeking help with ending a relationship. In some cases, this just means dividing up property and going your separate ways. In other cases, particularly when children are involved, a married couple may expect to continue interacting for years after the dissolution is finished. Regardless of the situation, I try to assist with an eye towards sustainability and long-term wellbeing. In other words: I want to help you figure out not only how to bring one chapter of your life to a close, but how to begin the next one. In addition to divorce practice, I like working with individuals and families in the early stages of relationships. There is a lot of space for creative and intentional work in constructing and defining family structures going in. Everyone's family is different, and I am a big believer in broad and inclusive interpretations of what family means. Many of us identify strongly with the notion of investing in a family of choice, and I want to support that in any way I can.

Credentials: JD WSBA Member

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


Christina L. Corwin Christina L. Corwin, Family Law Attorney & Mediator
Reed, Longyear, Malnati, & Ahrens PLLC
1415 Norton Building
801 Second Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104-1522
(Online Map)
206-624-6271
206-624-6672, fax
ccorwin@reedlongyearlaw.com
www.rlmalaw.com

Christina's practice as a family law attorney and family mediator is focused on healthy, respectful and efficient resolution of family disputes. She represents the interests of children and individuals with disabilities in her work as a Title 26 and Title 11 guardian ad litem. Prior to practicing law, Christina worked with children and families as a certificated teacher with endorsements in early childhood development.

Credentials: Family Law Attorney and Mediator

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law AttorneyMediator


Michael V. Fancher Michael V. Fancher
Seattle Divorce Services
2317 NW Market St.
Seattle, WA 98107
(Online Map)
206-784-3049
mike@seattledivorceservices.com
www.SeattleDivorceServices.com

I believe the best resolutions are those the parties create for themselves. My role is to help my clients develop the right solutions for themselves and their families. Collaboration allows this to happen in a safe and respectful environment.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


Jennifer A. Forquer Jennifer A. Forquer
Integrative Family Law, PLLC
901 Fifth Avenue
Suite 2800
Seattle, WA 98164
(Online Map)
206-859-6800
206-859-6801, fax
jforquer@integrativefamilylaw.com
www.integrativefamilylaw.com

I have been practicing family law since 2001 when I joined a family law firm in Bethesda, MD. This is when I was first exposed to the ideals of Collaborative Law. Over the years I've been a part of many traditional, adversarial divorces and I believe that Collaborative Law practice provides divorcing couples with a better alternative for shaping the future of their family and providing for their children. The practice of Collaborative Law provides a team of people dedicated to helping the clients explore and reach long term solutions for themselves and their children. The Collaborative process can be complex and at the same time rewarding. I find that the Collaborative process provides my clients the freedom and the power to create their own durable agreements instead of having decisions affecting their children and their financial future imposed upon them by the court system. My practice also involves litigation cases, which are often resolved amicably via the mediation process utilizing the ideals and concepts found in Collaborative Law. I grew up in Alaska and went to college at the Pennsylvania State University, graduating in 1989. In 1995 I received my JD from Seattle University School of Law. I practiced criminal defense and insurance defense for a few years before moving to Maryland in 2000. I lived in Maryland until 2007 when I returned to Washington. Since early 2009 I have lived in Seattle and practiced family law.

Credentials: Member of: King County Collaborative Law (current Chair of Standards and Best Practices Committee); International Academy of Collaborative Professionals; Compass Collaborative; King County Bar Assoc.(family law section) and American Bar Association. I've been a member of WA Bar Assoc. since 1995. I am inactive with the Maryland Bar and I resigned my Washington DC Bar membership as I no longer practice in those jurisdictions. I have a distinguished rating with Martindale-Hubbell meaning that I was rated very high in legal ability and ethical standards.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


Leslie J. Garrison Leslie J. Garrison, Attorney
The Schwarz - Garrison Law Firm
2601 Fourth Avenue, Suite 470
Seattle, WA 98121
206-622-9909
206-622-6636, fax
leslie@newwaylaw.com
newwaylaw.com

Providing creative solutions for dissolutions and other family law issues. Mediation services in employer/employee labor disputes.

Credentials: J.D. University of Oregon, practicing attorney since 1988, trained in collaborative solutions and mediated dispute resolution. Experience working with high conflict personalities and finding non-adversarial solutions.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law AttorneyMediator


Lisa M. Gilmore Lisa M. Gilmore, Attorney at Law
Helsell Fetterman
1001 Fourth Ave.
Suite 4200
Seattle, WA 98111-3846
(Online Map)
206-689-2160
206-340-0902, fax
lgilmore@helsell.com
www.helsell.com

Lisa has presented at Continuing Legal Education seminars on the topics of the State Domestic Partnership Registry, Domestic Partnership Agreements and discovery of childrenís records. Lisa is experienced in a wide variety of family law matters, including adoption, divorce, domestic partnership, paternity, parenting and support matters.

  • Member, King County Collaborative Law
  • Board of Directors, GLBT Bar Association of Washington
  • Member, Family Law Section of the American Bar Association
  • Member, Alternative Families Division of the American Bar Associationís Family Law Section
  • Member, Washington State Bar Associationís Sexual Orientation and Gender Identification Legal Issues Section
  • Member, King County Bar Association Family Law Section


Credentials: Lisa has received recognition for her continued work with the King County Bar Associationís Domestic Violence Family Law Clinic, She received a Special Recognition Award from the Greater Seattle Business Association for Collaboration for Social Change and received a Cynthia Gillespie Award from the Northwest Womenís Law Center for her work with the Marriage Equality Team. Rutgers University School of Law (J.D., 1992) Ursinus College (B.A., 1988)

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


David Goodenough, MS, LMHC David Goodenough, MS, LMHC, President
Goodenough Company, Inc.
200 West Mercer, Suite #510
Seattle, WA 98119
(Online Map)
206 286-2265
206 286-3631, fax
david@goodenoughcompany.com
www.goodenoughcompany.com

I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Expert Witness in Career/Vocational Assessment for Collaborative, Mediated and Litigated divorce cases. I have worked in Collaborative Law for the last several years and have done many traditional divorce expert witness work for over fifteen years. I combine Mental Health sensitivity as well as significant background, thirty plus years of career assessment in my work.

Credentials: B.A. Sociology/Education, College of Idaho. M.S. Interdisciplinary Studies/Counseling, University of Oregon. Licensed Mental Health Counselor, WA State License # 00004919

Collaborative Role(s): Career Counselor


Allyson Henry Allyson Henry
FlourishWorks
1620 Broadway
Suite 203
Seattle, WA 98122
4252461789
425-246-1789
206-257-4192, fax
allysonh99@hotmail.com
www.couplestherapistseattle.com/

A licensed and highly skilled therapist who offers attached based parental therapy. I also do parent coaching to ensure a coherent parenting plan is implemented to ensure safety, consistency and structure for your children. I also work directly with children to discover and resolve issues. I offer a warm and caring environment during your difficult time.

Credentials: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Experienced Washington state Parent Child Interaction Coach, Certified Washington State Mediator

Collaborative Role(s): Coach, Child Specialist, Career Counselor, MediatorTherapist


Peggy Hoban Peggy Hoban, Attorney at Law
3417 Evanston Ave. N
Seattle, WA 98103
(Online Map)
(206)624-2242
peggy@hobanlaw.com
www.hobanlaw.com

I am both a mediator and a collaborative divorce attorney. I offer a grounded and personalized approach based on my clients' needs. I grew up in the Midwest and attended Indiana University for both my undergraduate and graduate degrees. I also studied in Lima, Peru and lived and worked in Honduras, learning Spanish and studying Latin American Literature and Studies. After teaching ESL for a number of years at the Community College level, I went to Seattle University Law School and focused my studies on human rights. I truly appreciated that S.U. was a Jesuit University because of its commitment to social justice and cultivating spirituality. It was a natural transition to become a collaborative law attorney and mediator. I practice yoga on a daily basis and try to provide my clients with a mindful and compassionate divorce experience that yields excellent results. Having gone through the divorce process with two children, I personally understand the emotional terrain that clients must navigate, and act both as a guide, educator and a true advocate.

Credentials: J.D from Seattle University Law School-2002; Active Member of the Washington State Bar Association; Collaborative Law Training in 2005; Mediation Training with King County Dispute Resolution Center in 2005, Extensive on-going trainings in both Collaborative Law and Mediation for 12 years; King County Bar Association; former Board Member of King County Collaborative Law; former Co-chair of the KCCL Professional Development Committee, and former Co-Chair of King County Collaborative Law Family Law Section. 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Maui, Hawaii.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law AttorneyMediator


Adrienne Keith Wills Adrienne Keith Wills, Attorney and Mediator
Keith Law & Mediation
1700 Seventh Ave, Suite 2100
Seattle, WA 98101
206-523-3047
206-219-6714, fax
Ak@KeithLawAndMediation.com
www.AdrienneKeith.com

I help couples and families work toward win-win outcomes using mediation, collaboration and/or negotiation.

Credentials: Member, WSBA

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


Alexandra T. Keller Alexandra T. Keller, Attorney
Holman Cahill Garrett Ives Oliver & Andersen PLLC
5507 - 35th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105
206-547-1400
206-547-1276, fax
ali@holmancahill.com
www.holmancahill.com

In my family law practice, I advocate for clients with clarity and empathy through what is often a very unsettling life circumstance. Clients will gain strength and direction in facing their family law matters with my representation. With a collaborative approach, I strive to meet my clients' immediate needs and the best interests of their children, while also working to secure a long-term, lasting agreement and resolution for their changing families. I strive to empower individuals to meaningfully engage with the divorce process, so that they feel more informed about, invested in, and responsible for what are, ultimately, their own outcomes. In the realm of estate planning, probate, and even adoption, I have also seen the tangible difference for my clients in employing a more cooperative, collaborative process and practice.

Credentials: WSBA member since 2005; Seattle University J.D. (2005); Vanderbilt University (2000); Open Door Legal Services Advisory Committee Member; King County Prosecutor's Office from 2005-2012; Holman Cahill PLLC 2012 - present; Adoption Guardian ad Litem. Collaborative Law Training (2015); Dispute Resolution Center of King Co Mediation Training (2016).

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law AttorneyProbate and Elder Law Attorney


Kristyna Larch, Attorney
Law Offices of Michael W. Bugni & Associates, P.L.L.C.
11300 Roosevelt Way N.E. Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98125
206-365-5500
206.363.8067, fax
kristy@lawgate.net
www.lawgate.net/attorneys

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


Theresa R. Lorella Theresa R. Lorella, Attorney at Law
Seattle Divorce Services
2317 NW Market St.
Seattle, WA 98107
(Online Map)
206-784-3049
theresa@seattledivorceservices.com
www.seattledivorceservices.com

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


Gwen C. Mathewson Gwen C. Mathewson, Attorney at Law
2601 Fourth Avenue, Suite 470
Seattle, WA 98121
206 447-4348
206 448-2252, fax
gwen@mathewsonlaw.com
www.mathewsonlaw.com

Because I believe that non-adversarial dispute resolution leads to better long-term results, I limit my practice to Collaborative Law, mediation, and mediation consulting. I have offices in both Seattle and Port Townsend, and welcome clients from both sides of Puget Sound.

Credentials: B.A., Yale University; M.A., University of Washington; J.D., University of Chicago. Member of the KCCL Board of Directors

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


Paul W McVicker Paul W McVicker
Seattle Law and Mediation.
14900 Interurban Ave S
Suite 271
Tukwila
206-456-6641
206-456-6647, fax
paul@seattlelawandmediation.net
www.seattlelawandmediation.net

Experienced family law attorney and mediator. Former guardian ad litem, child's attorney and child's representative in Cook County, Illinois, 1993-2004. Mediator since 2000. Collaboratively trained, 2007. Advanced ABA International Family Law Mediation training. Offices in Seattle and Federal Way.

Credentials: J.D. Illiinois Institute of Technology - Chicago Kent College of Law, 1977. AFM Family Law Mediation Certification - Aurora University School of Social Work, 2000. Family Law Mediation Program Panel - District Court of DuPage County, IL, Sara Bonkowski, Ph.D., Director, Family Law Modifications Mediation Panel, District Court of Kane County, IL. Specialized GAL training, Cook County, IL 1993-2000, KCBA Tiltle 26 Family Law Guardian ad Litem Training Specialized training in screening for domestic violence, psychological and cognitive disorders - Chair 2007 Seminar: Screening for Impairments. Member Hague Convention Attorney's network, Office of Children's Issues, U.S. Department of State litigation and mediation.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law AttorneyMediator


Alexandra/Xana Moore-Wulsin Alexandra/Xana Moore-Wulsin
Strata Law Group, PLLC
520 Pike Street
Suite 1205
Seattle, WA 98101
206-682-6826
206-299-3556, fax
amoore-wulsin@stratalawgroup.com
www.stratalawgroup.com

Alexandra (Xana), an attorney practicing for 28 years, guides her clients toward identifying long-term goals and objectives as they restructure their relationships through a legal process. Once identified, those goals and objectives become the beacons for clients in a divorce, legal separation, guardianship or other legal proceeding. She has witnessed this focus preserve relationships in transition by decreasing damaging conflict. As the client navigates the process, she focusses her clients on reaching an enduring settlement. A King County Collaborative Law board member and a member of the Probate, Elder Law and Guardianship Group, Xana sees a natural synergy in extending the collaborative practice to elder law clients too. Having litigated since 1987 and collaborated since 2008, Xana has keen insight into the pros and cons of a myriad of dispute resolution options from litigation to mediation to collaboration and more.

Credentials: Member Washington State Bar Assosciation (including section memberships), King County Bar Assosciation (including section memberships), Federal District Court for the Western District of Washington, Trained mediator and title 11 Guardian ad Litem

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney, MediatorProbate and Elder Law Attorney


Dominik Musafia
Seattle Divorce Options, PLLC
2910 E. Madison Ave.
Suite 104
Seattle, WA 98104
206-860-2431
Dom@SeattleDivorceOptions.com
www.SeattleDivorceOptions.com

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


Leigh Noffsinger Leigh Noffsinger, Attorney
Bainbridge Collaborative Divorce
P.O. Box 11444
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
206-465-3047
leigh_noffsinger@mac.com
www.BainbridgeCollaborativeDivorce.com

My law practice focuses exclusively on collaborative divorce and alternatives to litigation. With offices in downtown Seattle and Bainbridge Island, I serve both King and Kitsap counties and strive to provide support to enable more people to have a healthy divorce process.

Credentials: Past President, Collaborative Professionals of Washington and Kitsap Collaborative Law Professionals; Volunteer of the Year, King County Family Law Mentor Program, 2009; Former President, Madrona School Board of Directors, 2009-2011; J.D. with Honors, University of Washington School of Law, 2000, Order of the Coif, Washington Law Review Notes & Comments Editor.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


Janel Ostrem Janel Ostrem, Attorney at Law
Seattle Divorce Services
2317 NW Market St.
Seattle, WA 98107
(Online Map)
206-784-3049
janel@seattledivorceservices.com
www.seattledivorceservices.com

Collaborative Law offers a constructive path towards a future for families undergoing divorce and other family transitions. It requires work on the part of the client and a strong commitment to the process, but the result is a thoughtful and durable agreement that allows the parties to peacefully move on with their lives.

Credentials: Juris Doctor from the University of Washington School of Law in 2006. Washington Law Review Notes and Comments Editor from 2005-2006. Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2001. Member of the Washington State Bar Association and King County Bar Association. Admitted to practice in Washington State in 2006. Admitted to the Federal District Courts for the Western and Eastern Districts of Washington in 2007. Named as a "Rising Star" by Washington Law & Politics Magazine in 2010.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


Yoshimi Pelczarski Yoshimi Pelczarski, LICSW, ACSW
(206) 683-2754
yoshimip@gmail.com

Yoshimi specializes in working with children, teens and families. Her areas of expertise include: Inter-racial/Inter-cultural marriage, child maltreatment, PTSD, attachment issues, and family systems assessment. She is a skilled interviewer and psycho-social evaluator. As a trained clinical social worker, she understands the interconnectedness of person/family and environment. In addition, as a person of color, Yoshimi has a keen awareness of how cultural norms and traditions influence family dynamics. She appreciates the complexity and challenges of parenting after divorce and hopes to help parents to develop effective communication and practical problem solving skills. Yoshimi is fluent in Japanese and English. She is also conversant in Spanish having lived in Central America for several months. She is very familiar with both Asian and Latino cultures.

Credentials: Masters degree in Social Work from University of Washington, Academy of Certified Social Workers by National Association of Social Workers, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker from State of Washington, and Certificate in Child and Adolescent Mental Health from University of Washington. She has had numerous hours of post graduate training in areas of PTSD, Child maltreatment, attachment, and family systems theory. She has completed Title 26 Family Law Guardian ad Litem training as well as basic mediation training. She is a published author on the subject of child maltreatment.

Collaborative Role(s): Child Specialist


Anne K Perry Anne K Perry, Coach
Integral Business Coach
4505 44th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98116
425-466-4842
206-932-0332, fax
annekperry116@comcast.net
www.integral-business-coach.com

I am a development coach, specializing in communication, conflict, transition, awareness

Credentials: Doctorate of Educational Leadership; LMHC-WA; Member of The American Association of Pastoral Counsel

Collaborative Role(s): Coach


Bruce Pruitt-Hamm Bruce Pruitt-Hamm, Attorney; Mediator
Pruitt-Hamm Law & Mediation Services, PS
6013 29th Ave NE- Mailing
3418 NE 65th St.- Office
Seattle, WA 98115
(Online Map)
206-327-9335
866-566-7277, fax
bruce@pruitthammlaw.com
www.pruitthammlaw.com

As an attorney, Bruce has been awarded the highest rating by the national lawyer-rating service, Avvo.com. Since graduating in 1994 from the University of Washington School of Law near the top of his class, Bruce has litigated over one thousand cases in a wide variety of areas of the law, with a consistent emphasis in family law. Bruce began his legal career in the courts of Pierce, King and Snohomish counties working on family law cases. Before moving to Seattle in March of 2012 Bruce started his own law firm, Pruitt-Hamm Law & Mediation Services, PS, in rural Colville, Washington, where he practiced for nearly 20 years. His clients routinely gave him high marks on their evaluations. In 2010 and 2011 his average rating was 4.9 (out of a possible 5 point scale) on whether clients would use the firm again or recommend the firm to friends and family. Bruce has been mediating cases since before he served as Co-President of the Washington Mediation Association in 1989. In the 1980s he trained judges, lawyers and therapists on how to conduct divorce mediations through the Pacific Family Mediation Institute. He provided mediation services from 1994 through 2011 in Stevens County where he was the only certified mediator in the county. In January, 2011 Bruce organized and co-led a mediation training workshop attended by now Superior Court Judge Pat Monasmith and Stevens County Family Law Court Commissioner Jessica Bodey, as well as approximately half the family law attorneys in the county. A founding member of the Spokane County Collaborative Professionals, Bruce was the first attorney in Stevens County to become certified as a Collaborative Professional and was the only one certified by the International Association of Collaborative Professionals. Bruce has been serving clients since 2007 as a certified collaborative professional and has presented at seminars on collaborative law and mediation as alternatives to litigation.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney, Mediator, Probate and Elder Law AttorneyOther Civil Law Attorney


Joanna T Roth Joanna T Roth
Law Office of Joanna Roth
4500 9th Avenue NE
Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98105
(Online Map)
206 283 9050
206 299 4114, fax
joanna@rothattorney.com
www.rothattorney.com

My goal of giving my clients respectful and compassionate guidance means that I make an honest effort to understand my clients circumstances, their hopes, and their preferred outcomes. I understand first-hand how hard divorce can be, and have seen how hard it is for a child. At times, disputes are so painful that clients feel compelled to escalate conflict. I listen carefully and deeply to my clients in order to achieve their long-term goals.

Credentials: JD

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law AttorneyProbate and Elder Law Attorney


Catherine Schatzel Catherine Schatzel, Career Counselor, Mediator, & Trainer
Compassionate Resolutions-Career Counseling & Mediation
10030 36th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98146
206-369-1239
Catherine@CompassionateResolutions.net
www.compassionateresolutions.net

Catherine supports her clients with compassion, empowerment, and sensitivity to identify their passions & skills, and analyze their work history to plan their desired career direction. She helps her clients determine additional education/training needs and associated costs, support in the job search process including resume design, interviewing & salary negotiation strategies, support through a divorce or separation, and re-entering the workforce at mid-life. She is an experienced mediator/facilitator and mentor mediator/coach of complex, diverse cases, including workplace issues,eldercare issues including non-legal aspects of probate conflicts, & divorces and domestic partner disputes involving difficult parenting, financial, and cultural issues.

Credentials: BA, Washington State University. Certified by the Washington Mediation Association (WMA) to mediate conflicts in Family/Divorce (including LGBTQ issues) Consumer, Community ,Eldercare (including the non-legal aspects of Probate), Employment/Personnel, Intercultural Relations/Diversity, and Landlord/Tenant issues.

Collaborative Role(s): Career CounselorMediator


Andrew Schwarz Andrew Schwarz
The Schwarz-Garrison Law Firm
2601 Fourth Ave.
Suite 470
Seattle, WA 98121
206-622-9909
206-622-6636, fax
andrew@newwaylaw.com
newwaylaw.com

We are a small, client oriented firm, providing high quality legal representation in the areas of Family Law, Criminal Defense, and Civil Litigation. We have extensive training and experience in Mediation, Collaborative Law, and other forms of ADR. There is nothing more satisfying than bringing distressed people through the most challenging period of their adult lives- shifting the focus from fear to expectation; watching them build the skills that will take them into a satisfying future. Collaborative Law works and it is changing lives for the better.

Credentials: Washington Bar: 1987; Law Clerk for Judge Marsha J. Pechman: 1988-89; 9th Cir. US Ct. of App.s 1992; Memberships: WSBA - Family Law Section,International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP),Collaborative Professionals of Washington (CPW), King County Collaborative Law (KCCL), Frequent Presenter at Continuing Education Programs in ethics, Criminal and Civil trial and pretrial practice. Instructor, University of Washington, Paralegal Certificate Program: Family Law and Criminal Law.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney, Mediator, OtherOther Civil Law Attorney


Kevin R Scudder Kevin R Scudder
Law Offices of Kevin R. Scudder
9706 4th Avenue NE
Suite 320
Seattle, WA 98115-2199
(Online Map)
206-524-7828
206-524-1302, fax
kevin@scudderlaw.net
www.scudderlaw.net/

The collaborative process is a constructive approach to the dissolution process rather than a destructive process seen often when parties litigate their conflict. As a family law attorney with over twenty years of family law experience and training in both mediation and the collaborative approach to resolving disputes, I can help you to fully appreciate the benefits of the collaborative process and help you reach resolutions that reflect your sense of what is fair and just.

Credentials: J.D.; Mediator; WSBA; KCBA; ABA; KCBA Collaborative Law Section Co-Chair; KCBA Family Law; KCCL; Cypress Collaborative Solutions; Compass; Cascadia (Treasurer).

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law AttorneyMediator


Justin M Sedell
Lasher Holzapfel Sperry & Ebberson, PLLC
601 Union Street, Ste. 2600
Seattle, WA 98101
206-624-1230
206-340-2563, fax
sedell@lasher.com
www.lasher.com

Justin is an experienced collaborative attorney that is committed to helping his clients achieve the best possible results for themselves and their families using the benefits and tools available in the collaborative model.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


Susan J Shulenberger Susan J Shulenberger
Integrative Family Law
901 Fifth Avenue
Suite 2800
Seattle, WA 98164
(206) 859-6800
206-859-6801, fax
sshulenberger@integrativefamilylaw.com
www.integrativefamilylaw.com

I believe that the traditional dissolution practice focuses on short-term results and can damage long-term relationships. I work to help clients avoid unnecessary conflict in divorce and other family law matters and focus on their long-term well-being. I began my career with a solid foundation in business law at leading Seattle law firms. Since 1998, I have focused my practice on complex family law in Seattle and King County. My focus has been to represent high and mid net worth individuals in family law matters. Cases involving assets such as real estate, stock options, professional practices, ownership interests in varying legal entities, and ongoing management of closely held businesses can often raise complex valuation and distribution issues. That does not mean that the dissolution needs to be contentious

Credentials: Member of King County Collaborative Law, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, and King County Bar Assoc.(family law section). Member of WSBA since 1982. I am actively involved in the WSBA and currently an Adjunct Disciplinary Counsel Panel member, helping the Office of the Discipline Counsel prosecute grievances. I have an AV Peer Review rating with Martindale-Hubbell

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


Jeff D. Shushan Jeff D. Shushan, MA, LMHC, Collaborative Divorce Coach, Marriage & Family Therapist, Mediation
Legacy Counseling, Coaching & Training
1818 Westlake Ave N
#410
Seattle, WA
206-298-9555
legacycounstrain@mac.com
legacycounselingandtraining.com

How you approach your Divorce, may help you create a 'Legacy', that still matters. Jeff brings over 30 years of experience working with relationships and personal growth, to Collaborative Divorce Coaching. He specializes in helping couples resolve conflict in the context of co-creating a vision for a positive and transformed future. You can feel empowered with support as you navigate your way through a respectful Divorce and Family Planning process.

Credentials: MA, LMHC, Couples/Family Therapy & Mediation

Collaborative Role(s): Coach


Teresa M Sisk Teresa M Sisk
Pathways To Resolution
100 West Harrison
South Tower Ste. 470
Seattle, WA 98119
(Online Map)
206-285-1073
teresa@pathwaystoresolution.com
www.pathwaystoresolution.com

As a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst working in a Collaborative Law Environment, Teresa works with couples that value preserving family, relationships and dignity throughout the dissolution process. She has been trained in the financial and emotional issues relating to divorce. She is committed to helping couples make financial decisions that support their families and futures.

Credentials: CDFA, Mediator

Collaborative Role(s): Financial SpecialistMediator


Alexis Squier Alexis Squier, Attorney
Strata Law Group, PLLC
520 Pike St
Suite 1205
Seattle, WA 98101
206-682-6826
206-299-3556, fax
asquier@stratalawgroup.com
www.stratalawgroup.com

Alexis brings her experience and determination in partnering with her clients and team members to provide fertile ground for creative and sustainable resolutions in family law matters. Having served as a litigator and as a Guardian Ad Litem, she has seen first-hand the impact of acrimony and divisiveness on separating families and is passionate about paving a new road with better choices for families in transition.

Credentials: Mediation 40-hour training; Collaborative Practice Basic Training; Collaborative Practice advanced trainings; Guardian Ad Litem Title 26 Mandatory Training. Current Board Member, King County Collaborative Law; Current Treasurer, King County Collaborative Law; Chaired Family Law Section of King County Bar Association; Chaired Guardian Ad Litem Section of King County Bar Association; BA, 1987, Whitman College; JD, 1993, Seattle University School of Law

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law AttorneyMediator


Megan Stanley Megan Stanley, Attorney
Integrative Family Law, PLLC
901 Fifth Avenue
Suite 2800
Seattle, WA 98164
206-859-6800
206 859-6801, fax
mstanley@integrativefamilylaw.com
www.integrativefamilylaw.com

I believe that collaborative or cooperative approaches to family disputes lead to better outcomes. I strive to find common ground and amicable resolutions whenever possible.

Credentials: Washington State Bar Association member, King County Bar Association Family Law Section member, King County Collaborative Law, International Association of Collaborative Professionals, King County Family Law Guardian Ad Litem Panel, WSBA Adjunct Investigative Counsel Panel

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney


David A. Strickland David A. Strickland, Attorney at Law
1100 Dexter Ave. N.
Suite 100
Seattle, WA 98109
206.420.8036
stricklandlaw@comcast.net
stricklandlaw.us

For twenty five years I have helped clients find effective solutions to their family law, business, probate and real estate concerns.

Credentials: I am a trained collaborative attorney and mediator. I am a member of American Bar Association Dispute Resolution and Family Law Sections, the Washington State Bar Association Dispute Resolution and Family Law Sections, the King County Bar Association Collaborative Law (former Co-Chair),Dispute Resolution, Real Estate and Probate sections,King County Collaborative Law, Chair of the Civil Practice Group and member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law Attorney, Mediator, Probate and Elder Law AttorneyOther Civil Law Attorney


Laura A. Sutkus Laura A. Sutkus, Ms.
Sutkus Law Firm, PLLC
705 Second Ave.
Suite 1300
Seattle, WA 98104
206-388-0024
206-623-2186, fax
laura@sutkuslawfirm.com
www.sutkuslawfirm.com

Collaborative law is a natural segue in a career of dispute resolution. Cases over the years have included general civil litigation, personal injury claims, some products liability cases and estate work, and the last 20 years of specialty work in all types of family law cases. Experience in mediation and arbitration naturally led to an interest in collaborative law and interactive participation in the healing process of resolution.

Credentials: B.A. Beloit College, 1979 J.D. University of Wisconsin, 1984 Editor in Chief, Wisconsin International Law Journal, 1984 Admitted to Wisconsin Bar, 1984 Admitted to Washington Bar, 1987 Arbitrator, King County Mandatory Arbitration Panel, 2001- 2010, U.W. Mediation Training, 1994 Collaborative Law Training, 2008

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law AttorneyMediator


Debra Synovec Debra Synovec, Mediator, CDFA, Attorney
Whole Mediation & Consulting Services, P.C.
1818 Westlake Avenue North, Suite #314
Seattle, WA 98109
206-568-5337
debra@wholemediation.com
www.wholemediation.com

Debra Synovec, founder of Whole Mediation & Consulting Services, P.C. is a skilled mediator and certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) located in Seattle, Washington. Debra combines her unique skills acquired as an attorney, CPA and social worker to provide CDFA and mediation services with compassion and pragmatism. Engaging, caring and resourceful, she gives clients and their attorneys confidence while helping the clients to reach agreements. ?? ?Debra has achieved Advanced Practitioner Member of the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) and is a Founding Member and Advanced Practitioner Member of the Academy of Professional Family Mediators and is currently Treasurer and Board Member. She limits her practice to Mediation and Divorce Financial Analyst but is admitted to practice law in Washington, California, Minnesota, Illinois, the United States Tax Court and before the Supreme Court of the United States.?? Debra helps clients have a progressive, productive, and peaceful process for resolving family challenges and uses her skills to create a more balanced, empowering approach for transitions.

Credentials: JD; CDFA, CPA (inactive status); Founding Member, Board Member and Advanced Practitioner Member of the Academy of Professional Family MediatorsAssociation of Conflict Resolution Advanced Practitioner Member; Certified by mediate.com; Harvard Negotiation Insight Initiative; WMA Certified Mediator

Collaborative Role(s): Financial SpecialistMediator


John Twitchell John Twitchell, Economist, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst
Financial Settlement Solutions LLC
1001 Fourth Avenue
Suite 3200
Seattle, WA 98154
206.953.1231
866.953.1231
206.260.2993, fax
jtwitchell@financialsettlementsolutions.com
www.FinancialSettlementSolutions.com

John works on the Eastside as well as the greater Seattle area and Bainbridge Island. He received his Master's in economics from the University of California at Santa Barbara. he has worked as an economist in the divorce field for 19 years, including experience as a trial expert in Washington State. John is a member of the American Association of Individual Investors, Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, King County Collaborative Law, King County Bar Association - Collaborative Law Section and Collaborative Professionals of Washington.

Collaborative Role(s): Financial Specialist


Sara K. Wahl Sara K. Wahl, Attorney-at-Law
Sara K. Wahl, Attorney at Law PLLC
100 W. Harrison St.
South Tower, Suite 470
Seattle, WA 98119
206-753-7390
sara@wahllaw.com
www.wahllaw.com

I am interested in helping families through one of the most difficult experiences they may have and to help minimize the impact of their divorce. I see preserving the relationships they have moving forward for the benefit of their children and themselves as paramount. I believe that people would like to make their own decisions in their divorce, not have a judge do so.

Credentials: JD 1999 Seattle University KCBA Trustee KCCL Membership Chair CPW Board Member KCBA South King County President KCBA Collaborative Law Section Chair KCBA Collaborative Law Section and Family Law Section. IACP Member KCBA Family Law Clinic- Volunteer Family Law Facilitator-Volunteer

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law AttorneyMediator


Dominique Walmsley Dominique Walmsley
Seattle Mind Counseling
Green Lake
Seattle, WA
206-909-1097
dominiquewalmsley@gmail.com
www.seattlemindcounseling.com

In working with couples as a mental health counselor, I have found that even people who are very angry with each other, long for a time when they could be positively related. I work with that premise in mind, when helping establish a life beyond divorce. I am an advocate for children when their wellbeing is subject to decisions from the court. I offer post divorce co-parenting groups, two running concurrently so that each parent can be in his or her own group. See my website.

Credentials: LMHC Lifespan Integration Emotionally Focused Therapy Family Law Mediation Clinical Sexology

Collaborative Role(s): Coach, Child Specialist, MediatorTherapist


J. Mark Weiss J. Mark Weiss, JD, AAML
Law Office of J. Mark Weiss, P.S.
Seattle Collaborative Law Center
100 W. Harrison St., South Tower, Ste. 470
Seattle, WA 98119-4116
206-622-6707
mweiss@mark-weiss.com
www.mark-weiss.com

Mark helps divorcing and separating clients resolve conflict so they can move forward. He works with clients to create reality-based agreements that are consistent with their values and goals. Among the Top 25 family law attorneys in the State of Washington per Washington Law & Politics Magazine. 'Super Lawyer ' - Wash Law & Politics annually since 2007. ; Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. 2005 'Ken Weber Attorney of the Year' award - Washington State Bar Association Family Law Section. Former Trustee of the King County Bar Association, and former Chairperson of the Family Law Section of the Washington State Bar Association. Director, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.

Credentials: JD ('87); AAML Fellow. Mark has participated many hundreds of hours of training in mediation, negotiation and Collaborative Law, including training conducted by Kenneth Cloke, Joan Goldsmith, Chip Rose, Pauline Tesler, Peggy Thompson, Stu Webb, Catherine Conner, Rita Pollak, Sharon Strand Ellison, the Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation, and many more. Mark is also a Collaborative Law trainer himself, having trained other Collaborative Law practitioners in basic and advanced topics.

Collaborative Role(s): Divorce and Family Law AttorneyMediator