New Partner Joins McKinley Irvin’s Seattle Office
Laura Sell joins the Northwest’s premier family law firm
SEATTLE, Washington – May 9, 2016 – McKinley Irvin announced today Laura Sell joined the Northwest’s premier family law firm as a new partner in its Seattle office. Sell most recently served clients as a family law attorney at Stokes Lawrence in Seattle.
Sell strives to protect and preserve what her clients value most. Prior to practicing family law, Sell was a civil litigator, giving her a diverse background which she leverages to achieve results for her clients in every case.
“I offer my clients peace of mind in knowing their legal matter will be handled by someone who understands the pressures they are under,” said Sell. “I work in partnership with my clients to help them make educated and strategic decisions that deliver positive outcomes.”
Sell also regularly serves as a mediator and settlement conference master in family law cases. She relies on her well-rounded experience and holistic understanding of the legal process to help clients resolve disputes and settle cases.
“Laura is tenacious advocate in or out of the courtroom, always putting her client's interests in the forefront in every situation,” said Sands McKinley, co-founder of McKinley Irvin. “Clients appreciate Laura’s depth of experience and her ability to provide excellent multi-faceted representation.”
McKinley Irvin’s Seattle office is located at 1501 4th Avenue, Suite 1750. To learn more about McKinley Irvin’s experience in family law, service philosophy and attorneys, visit www.mckinleyirvin.com.
About McKinley Irvin
Founded in 1991, McKinley Irvin is the Pacific Northwest’s premier law firm focusing exclusively on the practice of family law. McKinley Irvin attorneys are known for their effective legal representation and compassionate client service, representing clients in family law matters including divorce (dissolution), child custody, child support, relocation, parenting plan and child support modifications, international family law, domestic partnerships, and other family law practice areas.