Moses Lake, Washington Family Lawyers
Attorney Nathan Albright has been practicing almost exclusively in the area of family law for over 10 years. He handles cases related to custody, child support, spousal support, equitable distribution, dissolution of civil unions and domestic partnerships, paternity, domestic violence, adoptions, guardianships, and nonparental custody cases. He is admitted to practice law in Washington State and Federal Court. Mr. Albright’s former clients describe him as helpful, caring, knowledgeable, and “A brilliant attorney with an exceptional skill set.” In addition to being highly recommended by his clients, he has also been endorsed by her peers, who have described him as...
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Mark Iverson facilitates adoptions for birth mothers and adoptive parents in Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. Mr. Iverson is a fellow of the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys. Mr. Iverson also practices in the area of guardianship.
I'm a lawyer but I believe if conflict resolution is structured correctly it is likely that your best behaviors will be promoted and there will be less needless provoking of your fears. I've seen settlements shoved down confused litigants in mediation. I've seen divorces that have made bad situations worse and only benefitted the attorneys. I've been at hearings where it is obvious the commissioner has not read the paperwork and seen judge's reach decisions that make both sides shake their heads. I have faith that with proper assistance clients are best able to determine what is just and reasonable.
John Burke focuses his law practice on Collaborative Divorce and Estate Planning. John believes that a significant number of divorce cases that go the traditional litigation route could be resolved using the Collaborative Law process for a less stressful interest-based resolution, and most importantly, on a much friendlier and cooperative basis than what results in the adversarial environment of traditional litigation. He was a founding member, director, and officer of Collaborative Professionals of Washington and Spokane County Collaborative Professionals, both being non-profit associations that educate the public and increase the awareness of collaborative law as an alternative to traditional...
Before law school, I was going to be a Professor of Spanish Literature because I love books and learning about people and cultures. But a few things came up along my way into academia—kids. My oldest are twins and were born just before I finished as an undergraduate at BYU. My third was born when I was finishing up graduate school at Stanford. Number four came along part way through law school. I love being a father and I discovered that people are far more interesting than books. Being an attorney empowers me to help resolve problems.
I've been providing first-rate advocacy for clients in all counties of Washington State for 20 years. With offices in Seattle and Spokane, our office handles divorce, child custody, adoption, dependency, child support, parenting plan and child support modifications in the following cities and counties: Lincoln County, WA Spokane, WA Ritzville, WA Seattle, WA Everett, WA Kent, WA Auburn, WA Spokane Valley, WA Edmonds, WA Tacoma, WA Bellevue, WA Mercer Island, WA Our office offers services in: Legal Separation Divorce Property Settlement Prenuptial Agreements Child Custody Parenting Plan Modifications Child Support Adjustments and Modifications Contempt Orders Child Relocations
John is a fully-grounded Tri Citian: he grew up and attended schools in Richland (K-12, graduating in 1975), he practiced law in Pasco, and since 2000, he has been a Kennewick Attorney. After high school, John served a U.S. Navy enlistment as an Electronics Technician. He later worked for several years in the nuclear power plant construction/maintenance industry as an Electrical Construction Engineer. John earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science (with a minor in Computer Science) in 1988 from the University of California at San Diego. He earned his Juris Doctorate degree in 1991 from...
Family has always been very important to me. I grew up on a farm in Quincy, Washington. Growing up, I loved competition and I found an outlet for that in sports. As I grew older, my competitive nature extended to school and then my career. Family is important, so I focused on helping families. I have been married for almost 35 years and we have six children and eleven grandchildren (so far!). So when I opened my own firm, I started helping people who are going through the toughest times in their lives—divorce and child custody...
(509) 524-8488 30 W. Main St. Suite 202
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Walla Walla, WA 99362