At the law office of Jaqueline L. Tacher, PLLC, I devote my practice to assisting clients in Seattle, Washington and throughout King County in the full range of family law matters.
I also handle property distribution issues in cases with significant assets at stake. For more information about the full scope of my professional services, please visit the practice areas overview page. For over two decades, I have supported clients facing the difficult, life-changing decisions that accompany divorce or the end of a relationship, giving me the experience and skill needed to provide the high quality representation and personal attention that you deserve. Whether your case ends in the courtroom or in negotiations, I will work diligently to advocate for your best interests. My work on behalf of a wide range of clients has helped me to establish a reputation in the Seattle legal community as an accomplished family law attorney. In addition, I have a particular understanding of alternative forms of dispute resolution, and regularly serve as a volunteer family law Settlement Master, mediating family law disputes for the Superior Court of King County. Obtaining a favorable result in your family law dispute is fundamental to your future and the future of your children. I have the knowledge, ability, and resources to protect your financial and parenting interests, now and in the years to come. For representation in even the most complex cases, contact Jaqueline L. Tacher or call 206-624-5575 to schedule an appointment.
1000 2nd Ave., Ste. 3500
Seattle WA 98104
Every divorce presents a new and unique set of facts and issues.
As your attorney, I will listen to your concerns and guide you through this challenging and often stressful time, helping you understand how Washington's divorce laws work so that you can make fully informed decisions. I will work diligently to ensure that your divorce progresses as smoothly as possible, protecting your interests from day one. I can also provide assistance in cases where immediate actions and temporary orders are necessary, such as: -Protection orders -Spousal maintenance -Child support -Parenting plans -Use of property -Payment of debt I believe that an amicable divorce, achieved through mediation, allows separating families to resolve issues in the most financially and emotionally beneficial manner possible; however, if an acceptable agreement cannot be reached, I will never hesitate to serve as your fiercest advocate in the courtroom. Marriages and committed relationships require individuals to work hard in order to acquire assets and meaningfully contribute to the household. Protecting those assets and developing an equitable property division is paramount during the divorce process. I regularly handle complex property distribution issues, working tirelessly to ensure that my clients are on firm financial footing following a divorce. For more details, please visit my property distribution page.
At the law office of Jaqueline L. Tacher, PLLC in Seattle, Washington, I provide comprehensive legal assistance to families in matters such as divorce, child custody, spousal maintenance, and child support. I believe that nothing is more important than family, and have devoted my practice to helping families during times of change or conflict.
Since establishing my legal practice in 1987, I have focused on family law, and since 2001, I have practiced it exclusively. Over the years, I have continued my dedication to helping families resolve sensitive and difficult issues. My extensive legal knowledge and experience allows me to be an active and effective member of Seattle's local legal community. As a member of the King County Bar Association, I volunteer as a Settlement Master and oversee mediation for family law disputes, helping the parties to efficiently and amicably resolve legal issues without going to trial.
In order to effectively handle sensitive issues, I believe that an attorney must listen to her clients in order to determine their specific needs and goals. I enjoy getting to know my clients and working with them to achieve the best result in their unique case. I feel that my work is truly relevant because it has the potential not only to positively impact my clients' lives, but the community as a whole.
-Seattle University School of Law, Juris Doctor, cum laude
-University of Washington, Bachelor of Arts, cum laude
-Washington State Bar, 1987
-Washington State Bar Association
-King County Bar Association
Seattle University School of Law
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