Laurie G. Robertson, Esq.
Laurie G. Robertson is an experienced and aggressive Washington State divorce and family law attorney. She has been actively practicing divorce and family law since 1996. She is caring, compassionate, dedicated, and extremely familiar with our states complicated divorce laws. She is a caring and compassionate family law attorney that is results oriented and knows her way around the courtroom.
Her extensive knowledge and experience allow her to serve a wide range of clients. Laurie earned her B.A in psychology at Rutgers University, New Jersey. She earned her J.D. at New York Law School in New York City. After law school she relocated to Atlanta, Georgia and worked for a firm which focused on family law.
The firm had a contract with the State of Georgia and Laurie represented both child support enforcement and child protective services county agencies, as well as, private clients. In late 2001, lured by family and the beautiful Pacific Northwest scenery, Laurie moved to the Seattle area and in 2002 she was admitted to the Washington State Bar.
For approximately three years, Laurie worked as a special project attorney for Preston, Gates & Ellis. In 2006, Laurie joined Lutz Law Offices which focused solely on family law. Laurie is a trained Collaborative Law attorney and a trained mediator. She has the resources and the experience to handle any type of Washington divorce or family law case, regardless of its complexity or the assets involved.
Laurie has handled family law cases including divorce, custody, adoption, child support, paternity, pre-nuptial agreements and more. She has represented clients in King County, Pierce County, Kitsap County, Thurston County, and Snohomish County. Laurie has experience in high conflict custody battles and complex asset distribution. Laurie truly understands the trauma that all clients face even in simple divorce cases. She is committed to helping her clients through these difficult times.
Laurie enjoys spending time with her husband and son. She enjoys gardening, hiking, and baking. Laurie and her husband volunteer annually for fund raisers and other events to support Hope Worldwide. Laurie also volunteers as a mediator for Pierce County Center for Dispute Resolution.