Mimi Buescher
Seattle Divorce Services
2317 NW Market St.
Seattle, WA 98107
206-784-3049
mimi@seattledivorceservices.com
www.SeattleDivorceServices.com

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law Attorney



Michael V. Fancher Michael V. Fancher
Seattle Divorce Services
2317 NW Market St.
Seattle, WA 98107
(Online Map)
206-784-3049
mike@seattledivorceservices.com
www.seattledivorceservices.com

I believe the best resolutions are those the parties create for themselves. My role is to help my clients develop the right solutions for themselves and their families. Collaboration allows this to happen in a safe and respectful environment.

Credentials: JD

Group Memberships: King County Collaborative Law, Collaborative Professionals of Washington, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Cascadia Collaborative Divorce Group, Seattle Collaborative Family Law

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law Attorney



Jennifer A Forquer Jennifer A Forquer, Partner
Integrative Family Law, PLLC
901 Fifth Avenue
Suite 2800
Seattle, WA 98164
(Online Map)
206.859.6800
jforquer@integrativefamilylaw.com
www.integrativefamilylaw.com

In 2010 I expanded my practice to include the Collaborative Law process because I believe that the Collaborative process provides separating/divorcing couples with a better way to reach a resolution of their family matters than traditional litigation . The Collaborative process respects the parties' rights and gives them the freedom and power to create their own durable agreements about their children and finances. The feedback I've received from my collaborative clients supports my beliefs.

Credentials: • Washington Bar, 1995 • U.S. District Court, Western District of WA, 1998 • Supreme Court of the United States, 2005 • Maryland Bar, 2002 (inactive status since 8/2014) • District of Columbia Bar, 2001 - 2011

Group Memberships: • Washington State Bar Association • King County Bar Association • American Bar Association • Family Law Section of King County Bar Association • King County Collaborative Law Group • Compass Collaborative practice group • King County Collaborative Law Downtown Family Law practice group • Collaborative Professionals of Washington • International Academy of Collaborative Professionals

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law Attorney



Leslie J. Garrison Leslie J. Garrison, Attonrey
The Schwarz - Garrison Law Firm
2601 Fourth Avenue, Suite 470
Seattle, WA 98121
206-622-9909
206 622-6636, fax
leslie@newwaylaw.com
www.newwaylaw.com

Providing creative solutions for families experiencing change. Practice emphasis in dissolution proceedings and other family law issues. Mediation services in employer/employee labor disputes.

Credentials: Credentials: J.D. University of Oregon, practicing attorney since 1988, trained in collaborative solutions and mediated dispute resolution. Experience working with high conflict personalities and finding non-adversarial solutions.

Group Memberships: International Association of Collaborative Professionals, King County Collaborative Law, Washington State Bar Association

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law AttorneyMediator



Theresa Lorella
Seattle Divorce Services
2317 NW Market St.
Seattle, WA 98107
206-784-3049
theresa@seattledivorceservices.com
www.seattledivorceservices.com

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law Attorney



Gwen C. Mathewson Gwen C. Mathewson
Gwen Mathewson, Attorney at Law
2601 4th Avenue
Suite 470
Seattle, WA 98121
206-447-4348
gwen@mathewsonlaw.com
www.mathewsonlaw.com

Because I believe non-adversarial dispute resolution leads to better long-term results, I limit my family law practice to Collaborative Law, mediation, and mediation consulting. I have offices in both Seattle and Port Townsend, and welcome clients from both sides of Puget Sound.

Credentials: B.A., Yale University M.A., University of Washington J.D., University of Chicago

Group Memberships: King County Collaborative Law (Board member), International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Collaborative Professionals of Washington, Seattle Collaborative Divorce Professionals

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law AttorneyMediator



Paul McVicker
Seattle Law and Mediaiton, P.S.
1215 4th Ave
Suite 940
Seattle, WA 98161-1024
206-456-6641
206-456-6647, fax
paul@seattlelawandmediation.net
www.seattlelawandmediation.net

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law Attorney, Civil Law Attorney, Mediator



Alexandra Moore-Wulsin, Ms.
Strata Law Group, PLLC
520 Pike Street
Ste. 1205
Seattle, WA 98101
206-682-6826
amoore-wulsin@stratalawgroup.com
www.stratalawgroup.com

Alexandra (Xana), an attorney practicing for 29 years, guides her clients toward identifying long-term goals and objectives as they restructure their relationships through a legal process. Once identified, those goals and objectives become the beacons for clients in a divorce, legal separation, guardianship or other legal proceeding. She has witnessed this focus preserve relationships in transition by decreasing damaging conflict. As the client navigates the process, she focuses her clients on reaching an enduring settlement. A King County Collaborative Law board member and a member of the Probate, Elder Law and Guardianship Group, Xana sees a natural synergy in extending the collaborative practice to elder law clients too. Having litigated since 1987 and collaborated since 2008, Xana has keen insight into the pros and cons of a myriad of dispute resolution options from litigation to mediation to collaboration and more.

Credentials: Washington State Bar Association Admitted to W. District WA District Court Title 11 GAL

Group Memberships: Collaborative Professionals of Washington King County Collaborative Law International Academy of Collaborative Professionals King County Bar Association

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law Attorney, Civil Law AttorneyMediator



Dominik Musafia Dominik Musafia
Seattle Divorce Options, PLLC
2910 E. Madison Ave. Suite 104
Seattle
206-860-2431
dom@SeattleDivorceOptions.com
www.SeattleDivorceOptions.com

Dominik understands that every case in family law is unique. His areas of practice include Family Law Litigation, Mediation, and ‘Collaborative Divorce’.  While the threat of litigation may overshadow every resolution process, Dominik generally views the courtroom as a forum of last resort. To this end he employs strategies of negotiation, mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution in order to achieve client goals.  As a trained and practicing ‘collaborative attorney’ Dominik often recommends that his clients implement the ‘Collaborative Divorce’ process as an alternative to litigation.

Credentials: Bar Admissions Washington State Bar Association, 2000 U. S. District Court, Western District of Washington, 2001 Education Seattle University School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2000 University of California – Berkeley, Bachelor of Arts, History, 1990

Group Memberships: Past Chair, King County Bar Association, Family Law Section; Member KCBA Alternative Dispute Resolution Section; Member, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals; Member King County Collaborative Law; Member Compass Collaborative; Member Collaborative Practitioners of Washington

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law Attorney



Eugene R. Oliver
5507 35th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105
206-547-1400
206 547 1276, fax
oliver@holmancahill.com
www.holmancahill.com

I have represented people in family law cases since 1977, regularly seeking and encouraging mutually acceptable solutions and maintaining positive relationships whenever possible. Collaborative Law fits those long standing practice goals. I am excited to work with other professionals to help clients create their own solutions based on their mutual needs, and on respect for everyone involved.

Group Memberships: Internatonal Acadamy of Collaborative Professionals, Wash. State Bar Ass'n Mediation Section, King County Collaborative Law, King County Bar Ass'n Collaborative Law Section, Cascadia Collaborative Alliance

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law Attorney


Eugene R. Oliver is a Sustaining Member of the CPW



Janel Ostrem
Seattle Divorce Services
2317 NW Market St.
Seattle, WA 98107
206-784-3049
janel@seattledivorceservices.com
www.seattledivorceservices.com

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law Attorney



Tara K Richardson, Principal
Lasher Holzapfel Sperry & Ebberson, PLLC
601 Union Street, Suite 2600
Seattle, WA 98101
206-624-1230
206-340-2563, fax
richardson@lasher.com
www.lasher.com

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law Attorney



Joanna T Roth, Attorney at Law
Joanna T Roth, Attorney at Law
150 Nickerson St
Ste 103
Seattle
(Online Map)
206-283-9050
206-299-4114, fax
joanna@rothattorney.com
www.rothattorney.com

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law Attorney, Mediator



Andrew Schwarz
The Schwarz-Garrison Law Firm
2601 Fourth Ave.
Suite 470
Seattle, WA 98121
206-622-9909
andrew@newwaylaw.com
newwaylaw.com

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law Attorney, Civil Law Attorney, Mediator



Kevin R. Scudder
Law Offices of Kevin R. Scudder
9706 4th Ave. NE
Suite 320
Seattle, WA 98115
(Online Map)
206-524-7828
206-524-1302, fax
kevin@scudderlaw.net
www.scudderlaw.net

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law AttorneyMediator



Teresa M Sisk Teresa M Sisk, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst
Pathways to Resolution
100 West Harrison Street
South Tower, Suite 470
Seattle, WA 98119
(Online Map)
206-285-1073
teresa@pathwaystoresolution.com
www.pathwaystoresolution.com

As a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst working in a Collaborative Law Environment, Teresa works with couples that value preserving family, relationships and dignity throughout the dissolution process. She has been trained in the financial and emotional issues relating to divorce. She is committed to helping couples make financial decisions that support their families and futures.

Credentials: Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA)

Group Memberships: Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts; International Academy of Collaborative Professionals; Collaborative Professionals of Washington; King County Collaborative Law Professionals; Academy of Professional Family Mediators; Washington Mediation Association; Mediators Beyond Borders; King County Bar Association - Collaborative Law Section; Eastside Collaborative Family Law; Seattle Collaborative Family Law Practice Group; Mediation.com

Collaborative Role(s): Financial SpecialistMediator



Alexis Squier Alexis Squier, Principal
Strata Law Group, PLLC
520 Pike Street, Suite 1205
Seattle, WA 98101
(Online Map)
206-682-6826
206-299-3556, fax
asquier@stratalawgroup.com
www.stratalawgroup.com

Credentials: BA, JD

Group Memberships: Washington Bar Association IACP King County Collaborative Law Downtown Seattle POD

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law AttorneyMediator



David A. Strickland David A. Strickland, Collaborative Attorney and Mediator
4616 25th Ave. NE
Box 423
Seattle, WA. 98105
(Online Map)
206-420-8036
stricklandlaw@comcast.net

As a collaborative attorney, or mediator, dealing with disputes, I am invested in helping clients find agreed solutions. Settlement is by design, not as an afterthought. I also help clients with business, estate planning and real estate choices and solutions. I bring thirty years of experience to helping clients.

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law Attorney, Civil Law AttorneyMediator

David A. Strickland is a Founding Member of the CPW



David A. Strickland is a Sustaining Member of the CPW



John Twitchell John Twitchell, Economist, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst
1001 Fourth Avenue
STE 3200
Seattle, WA 98154
(Online Map)
206.953.1231
866.953.1231
jtwitchell@financialsettlementsolutions.com
www.financialsettlementsolutions.com

John works on the Eastside as well as the greater Seattle area and Bainbridge Island. He received his Master's in economics from the University of California at Santa Barbara. he has worked as an economist in the divorce field for 19 years, including experience as a trial expert in Washington State. John is a member of the American Association of Individual Investors, Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, King County Collaborative Law, King County Bar Association - Collaborative Law Section and Collaborative Professionals of Washington.

Group Memberships: I also work on the Eastside and have an office at the Eastside Collaborative Law Center 1407 116th Avenue NE STE 210 Bellevue, WA 98004 It is on the Northwest corner of 116th Ave NE & NE 12th Street in Bellevue. It is the Eastside Collaborative Law Center and also Story Law Firm. Just north on 116th Ave NE from Overlake Hospital.

Collaborative Role(s): Financial Specialist

John Twitchell is a Founding Member of the CPW



Sandy Voit Sandy Voit
Tangible Solutions
11415 NE 128th St.
Suite 100
Kirkland, WA 98034
(Online Map)
206-890-1174
425-823-3948, fax
sandyvoit@gmail.com
www.tangiblesolution.net

Sandy, owner of Tangible Solutions, Kirkland, WA, focuses on divorce financial planning and personal finances counseling. In addition to being a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, Sandy is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. In his 10th year of practice, Sandy has participated in over 375 divorces. Prior he worked 27 years in higher education (director of financial aid and dean of students), and was executive director of a large synagogue in Seattle for 5+ years. Sandy serves on the board of the largest food co-op in the country (11 stores; over $280,000,000 in sales), and serves on the Association of Divorce Financial Planners’ board. He is active in the collaborative divorce movement, including having served as an officer and board member of KCCL.

Credentials: CDFA LMHC (MS in Counseling & Personnel Services) Board member, Association of Divorce Financial Planners (2013 - present)

Group Memberships: KCCL Cascadia Collaborative Professionals Whatcom Collaborative Professionals Compass Collaborative Professionals Association of Divorce Financial Planners Institute of Divorce Financial Analysts

Collaborative Role(s): Financial Specialist



Sara K. Wahl Sara K. Wahl, Attorney at Law
Sara K. Wahl, Attorney at Law PLLC
100 W. Harrison St.
South Tower, Ste. 470
Seattle, WA 98119
(Online Map)
206-753-7390
sara@wahllaw.com
www.wahllaw.com

I am interested in helping families through one of the most difficult experiences they may have and to help minimize the impact of their divorce. I see preserving the relationships they have moving forward for the benefit of their children and themselves as paramount. I believe that people would like to make their own decisions in their divorce, not have a judge do so.

Credentials: JD 1999 Seattle University KCBA Trustee 2014-present CPW Board Member KCCL Membership Chair KCBA South King County President KCBA Collaborative Law Section, Chair 2011-2014 KCBA Collaborative Law Section and Family Law Section. IACP Member KCBA Family Law Clinic- Volunteer Family Law Facilitator-Volunteer

Group Memberships: Collaborative Professionals of Washington Board King County Bar Association Board of Trustees IACP Member King County Collaborative Law Member KCBA Collaborative Law Section Chair/Member

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law AttorneyMediator



J. Mark Weiss J. Mark Weiss, Collaborative Law Attorney and Mediator
100 W. Harrison St., South Tower, Ste. 470
Seattle, WA 98119-4116
(Online Map)
206-622-6707
mweiss@mark-weiss.com
www.mark-weiss.com

Mark helps divorcing and separating clients resolve disputes so they can move forward. As a process facilitator, Mark is committed to help you create resolutions that are consistent with your own values and goals. Mark is an experienced and full-time Collaborative Law attorney and mediator, and has helped clients navigate their divorces for some 25 years. Recipient of the 'Attorney of the Year" award from the Washington State Bar Family Law Section, and rated a "Super Lawyer" annually since 2007 by Washington Law & Politics Magazine.

Credentials: Speaker and trainer on Collaborative Law, negotiation, and dispute resolution, including co-founder of Seattle Collaborative Law Training Group (www.collabtraining.com). Has received extensive Collaborative Law and facilitative training. Admitted as a Fellow, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.

Group Memberships: Board Member, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals; Fellow, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers; Former Board Member, King County Collaborative Law; Co-founder, Seattle Collaborative Law practice group; Member, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals Member, Collaborative Professionals of Washington; Member, Washington State Bar Association; Member and former Trustee, King County Bar Association; Founding Member, Mediators Beyond Borders

Collaborative Role(s): Family Law AttorneyMediator



Debra Williams, Mediator
Whole Mediation & Consulting Services, P.C.
1818 Westlake Avenue North, Suite 314
Seattle, WA 98109
(Online Map)
206-568-5337
debra@wholemediation.com
www.wholemediation.com

Since 1988 Debra has combined her skills as an attorney, CPA and social worker to guide clients through all aspects of legal, financial and emotional matters in divorce and family mediation. Her clients benefit from her holistic skill set, combining pragmatism and compassion, and her strongly held view that each client is entitled to fair treatment in search of the optimal resolution. She is highly sensitive to the vulnerability of those seeking mediated solutions to problems that often evoke fear and loss and provides a respectful, compassionate environment where constructive dialogue can take place to reach agreement on financial and legal issues.

Credentials: Advanced Practitioner Member of Academy of Professional Family Mediators Advanced Practitioner Member of Association of Conflict Resolution, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Licensed Attorney Washington, CPA (inactive status), Certified Mediator WMA, Certified Mediator Mediate.com,

Group Memberships: Board Member of Academy of Professional Family Mediators International Association of Collaborative Professionals, Washington State Bar Association (former chair ADR Section), Association of Conflict Resolution, King County Bar Association, Washington Mediation Association

Collaborative Role(s): Financial Specialist, Mediator