Jamie’s practice focuses on complex marital dissolutions and legal separations, as well as child custody and parenting issues.
Her practice in family law spans nearly 20 years and in that time Jamie has developed a reputation as a compassionate and relentless advocate for her clients. Whether utilizing traditional dispute resolution methods through litigation, or alternatives such as mediation, or the Collaborative Law process, Jamie helps her clients to find the best, healthiest and most successful outcomes to their unique problems.
Resolution-oriented, and providing responsive and personal service to her clients at demanding and stressful times, Jamie represents high net worth individuals with respect to complex financial issues and asset division, parenting plans, relocation actions, child custody and child support matters, third-party and non-parental custody actions, committed intimate relationships, cohabitation/prenuptial and community property status agreements, and post-dissolution issues, including child support and parenting plan modifications.
Collaborative Law Training
Professional Mediation Skills Training Program, University of Washington School of Law