Christine is an Independent Paralegal and a Washington Limited License Legal Technician authorized by the Washington Supreme Court to advise and assist people going through divorce, child custody, and other family law matters in Washington.
Christine’s desire to make a difference in the legal field started when she was very young. As a child, living through years of her family being negatively impacted by legal issues that were exacerbated by a lack of familiarity with the legal system demonstrated to her the real value of skilled and affordable legal representation. She was inspired to pursue a legal career so that she could help others avoid similar experiences. She become an Independent Paralegal, reaching out to those who needed the most help within the justice system. She learned from trailblazers within the legal system and gained a wealth of knowledge across all areas of law. When the State of Washington recognized the considerable need for affordable legal services and created the Limited License Legal Technician qualification, Christine pursued and acquired the license in order to help more families than ever. Christine has extensive knowledge and education in Family Law and is happy to assist anyone through their most challenging legal issues.
Christine is on Tacoma Community College’s Advisory Board for the Legal Department. In August 2020, she was honored to be named Tacoma Pro Bono’s Volunteer of the Month for her dedication to providing quality legal assistance to those who cannot afford an attorney.
Christine is dedicated to excellence in representing all of her clients and you would be hard pressed to find anyone willing to work as diligently as she will for you. She may be tough, but she is focused and accomplished!