Maggie focuses her practice on family law and trust and estate matters. During law school at Seattle University School of Law, she was an Associate Editor on Law Review, a student-published legal journal. After graduating, Maggie was a judicial law clerk for Judge Bruce I. Weiss at Snohomish County Superior Court. Her experience working in the Judge's chambers gave her valuable insight into how the court considers and interprets all types cases.
Maggie represents clients with all types of family law and trust and estate issues, from uncontested divorces and complex custody disputes to litigation involving the administration of a trust or estate. She is driven by her desire to advocate for those who are often experiencing extremely difficult and emotional situations. Maggie understands the importance of attentive communication, especially when dealing with topics of such a personal nature. She believes that all clients are best served by an attorney who will take a reasonable and realistic approach to their case. On the other hand, clients may need an advocate who is not afraid of the courtroom. While Maggie strives to reach resolution, she will vigorously fight for her clients in and out of the courtroom whenever necessary.
- J.D., Seattle University School of Law, magna cum laude
- B.A., Political Science, Washington State University
Maggie grew up in the Pacific Northwest. She believes the South Sound is one of the area’s best kept secrets, and is proud to call Tacoma her home. Maggie spends most of her free time chasing her toddler son. She loves to entertain family and friends, take weekend getaways, and hit the gym every once in a while. When the weather is cooperating, you'll most likely find her outside and near the water, combing the local beaches and soaking up the sun.