Everett, Washington Arbitration & Mediation Lawyers
I am a compassionate and empathetic individual, and I founded Akiona Law, PLLC to fully realize my passion for helping people in this turbulent and uncertain economic climate and to ensure people are being treated fairly and are not being taken advantage of. I practice family law in Snohomish County, Washington and my office is located in Everett. I support and encourage parties to work together to resolve their issues, especially when children are involved. The fact of the matter is when you have children, you are going to have deal with your former spouse for the rest...
Brian C. Dale is a senior partner of Deno Millikan Law Firm. He grew up in Seattle and graduated from the University of Washington Law School in 1979. He started his career as lawyer in Everett with Jim Deno and Kent Millikan in 1979 and was a founder of the Deno Millikan Law Firm in 1992. His practice emphasis is employment and labor law, personal injury, business, probate and real estate litigation. He has served as an arbitrator for the Snohomish County Superior Court and Washington State Bar Association, as superior court judge pro tem, and as a volunteer...
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Molly Kenny has been practicing law since 1980 and has focused on family law and divorce cases in the Seattle area for almost 20 years. Molly and her Bellevue family law office is experienced in handling complex cases including divorce, child custody, child support, and domestic violence with respect and compassion.
Marc is widely considered one of Washington state’s most accomplished divorce and family law attorneys. In practice since 1975, he focuses his practice on divorce cases involving complex financial and/or business interests. He’s also known for treating his clients with respect and compassion. In addition to litigation, he’s an experienced mediator, arbitrator and trained in Collaborative Law, offering alternative approaches to resolving divorce cases.
Mark helps divorcing and separating clients reach agreements. Instead of trying to create a “winner” and loser, Mark works in the highly effective mediation and Collaborative divorce processes, so clients can create reality-based agreements that are consistent with their needs, values, and goals without using the courts. Mark is particularly experienced and skilled in cases involving businesses and complex property issues, including professional practices, and complex parenting (custody/visitation) matters.
Experienced Personal Injury, Bankruptcy and Employment Law Attorney. Tried cases before Superior Courts in King, Pierce and Snohomish County, and U.S. Federal Court for the Western District of Washington, including the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. 19 years as a Practicing Attorney in WA, Graduated from University of Washington, BA - Psychology, in 1990. Graduated from Seattle University School of Law in 1994.