Jennifer A Forquer (she/her)

Jennifer A Forquer (she/her)

Biographical Info I have been practicing family law since 2001 when I joined a boutique 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 professionals 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.

Firm/Business Meridian Family Law, PLLC

Profession Divorce & Family Law Attorneys

Website https://www.meridianfamilylaw.com/

Email Address jforquer@meridianfamilylaw.com

Phone Number (206) 859-6800

Credentials Member of: King County Collaborative Law (member since 2011); International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (member since 2011); Collaborative Professionals of Washington (currently Treasurer), Compass Collaborative; and the King County Bar Association (member since 2009). I’ve been a member of WA Bar Assoc. since 1995.

Practice Description I have been practicing family law since 2001. Over the years I’ve been a part of many traditional, adversarial divorces or endings of relationships. I believe that having a team of collaborative professions who are dedicated to helping explore and reach long term solutions provides a much better alternative for shaping the future of their family. The Collaborative Process provides people with the power to create their own agreements about their children and their financial future. I am a volunteer with the King County Bar Associations Family Law Clinic (since 2010). When not “lawyering” I enjoy spending time with my family, reading all manner of science fiction, puttering about in my flowerbeds and garden at home, or trying to catch king salmon in the waters of Cook Inlet Alaska.


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