OTHER Professionals.

Other professional members of King County Collaborative Law have received training in the Collaborative Law process. Their services may be useful in particular cases on an as-needed basis to support the work of the Collaborative team. KCCL does not make recommendations as to any professionals.

All Collaborative professionals who are members of King County Collaborative Law must meet minimum training requirements.

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, fax

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

Celia L Griffin Celia L Griffin, CPA, CDFA
Celia Griffin, CPA, PLLC
19125 North Creek Pkwy, Ste 120
Bothell, WA 98011-8000
425-954-8500, fax

CDFA's help clients determine the short term and long term financial impact of any proposed divorce settlement. They also provide valuable information on financial issues that are related to the divorce, such as tax consequences, dividing pension plans, continued health care coverage, stock option elections and much more. CDFA's also help attorneys by helping the client make financial sense of proposals. CDFA's offer attorneys another tool to assist their clients.

Credentials: Certified Public Accountant, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst

Collaborative Role(s): Financial SpecialistOther

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

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