Jamie Walker Launches Temporary Order Arbitration Services During COVID-19
Partner Jamie Walker recently helped launch temporary order arbitration services at McKinley Irvin. As many courts are limiting matters to emergency motions due to the Coronavirus, temporary order arbitration provides another way for people to proceed with their family law matters.
Jamie, along with Cameron J. Fleury, Kim Schnuelle, Theresa R. Lorella, and Mark Arend, will arbitrate matters in Pierce, Kitsap, Snohomish, Thurston, and King counties. An arbitrator acts much like a judge and will make final decisions about the disputed issues. However, unlike a divorce trial, arbitration is private, and the parties can select the arbitrator before they begin. In compliance with social distancing guidelines, temporary order arbitration will be held remotely via videoconference or teleconference for the safety of all participants.
Jamie is a certified mediator, trained Collaborative Law professional, and a South King County Settlement Conference director. She has extensive experience in complex family law cases, including child custody and support matters and high net worth divorce. Her experience allows her to review and resolve all family law matters in a fair and equitable manner.
Read Jamie’s attorney profile here.