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David Jones: Family Law Attorney

Managing Partner

Phone:  360-876-9221

Fax:  360-876-5097

Family Law, Divorce and Child Custody.
With 26 years of experience, David Jones helps people work out their differences and get on with their lives. Although he has extensive trial experience and in-depth knowledge of how best to tailor his argument to the individual judges in the county, he helps 90% of his clients resolve matters outside of trial. He also serves as a judge pro tem for the Kitsap County Superior Court. He was twice voted Best Attorney in South Kitsap County.  




John Groseclose: personal injury & family law attorney

Partner

Phone:  360-876-9221

Fax:  360-876-5097

AVVO

Litigation, Family Law, Divorce, Child Custody and Personal Injury.
John Groseclose brings broad legal knowledge and a successful track record to his representation of families in crisis and the injured. In addition, he serves as a guardian ad litem, representing the interests of minors and training other attorneys in Continuing Legal Education classes. He encourages those injured to seek legal counsel. “Attorneys usually make little decisions over a period of time that has a big cumulative effect.” 



Norman Short: tax and business law attorney

Partner

Phone:  360-876-9221

Fax:  360-876-5097

Business Law, Estate Planning Law, Tax Law and IRS Representation.
For tax planning, IRS representation, tax compliance advice, or probate, Norman Short has the experience you are looking for. He has extensive experience with new business formation and representing businesses and individuals before IRS and in U.S. Tax Court. He has an advanced legal degree in taxation.

For estate planning, his background and training in business and tax law make him the best choice for those with estates that include businesses and complex tax situations. 



Michele Taylor: Representing the accused, immigration lawyer

Associate

Michele Taylor focuses on criminal defense, including post conviction relief, and family immigration visas. She handles all levels of criminal defense from misdemeanors and DUIs to murder. Post conviction relief includes appeals and post-conviction motions. In addition, she does restoration of firearms rights.Formerly a King County prosecutor she has excellent experience in representing the accused with skill and determination.







Sara, Humphries, child dependency, civil defense, appellate law and estate planning

Associate

Phone:  360-876-9221

Fax:  360-876-5097

Child Representation in Dependencies, Tenant Defense and Appellate Law.
Sara Humphries combines practical experience and advanced academic training to serve her clients with empathy, skill, and dedication. Both a military wife and a foster parent, she brings practical experience to her work with divorcing and divorced families. Her advanced legal degree in federal appellate advocacy provides top-level underpinnings for her work in civil defense and appellate courts. 




Larry Lofgren: Family Law Attorney

Associate

Phone:  360-876-9221

Fax:  360-876-5097

Family Law, Divorce, Child Custody and Bankruptcy.
For 27 years Larry Lofgren has helped thousands with bankruptcy and family law matters. He is fluent in Spanish. With his goal to help real people, he offers personalized representation. He has a breadth of practice, including solo practice, public interest law and large law firms. 





Robert Garrison, family and education law, estate planning attorney

Of Counsel, retired

Phone:  360-876-9221

Fax:  360-876-5097

Family Law, Wills and Estate Planning, Personal Injury, Consumer and Education Law.
28 years as a litigator, Robert Garrison loves replacing insurmountable problems with straightforward solutions. His experience has ranged from simple consultations and advice to major litigation involving outcomes measured in millions. Bob puts what he learned in his 12 years as a principal and school administrator to work for families struggling with school systems.