McKinley Irvin Names Three New Partners
SEATTLE – January 9, 2020 – McKinley Irvin, the Pacific Northwest’s premier family law firm, announced today that attorneys Mark Arend, Brent Bohan, and Lindsay Camandona have been named partner at McKinley Irvin.
Mark Arend, Partner, Tacoma
Mark represents clients in complex family law and divorce matters with an emphasis on business owners, professionals, and military families. In addition to his family law practice, Mark also serves as a certified mediator and Pierce County Commissioner Pro Tempore.
Brent Bohan, Partner, Seattle
Brent focuses his practice on dissolution matters with complex property division issues. He has been rated AV® Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell and has been included in the Washington Rising Stars list by Thomson Reuters’s Super Lawyers® for the past three years.
Lindsay D. Camandona, Partner, Tacoma
Lindsay is an experienced family law trial attorney and represents clients in divorce, custody, and other family law matters. She has been named in Thomson Reuters’s Washington Rising Star list for three years and is the former President of the Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association Young Lawyers section.
“We are delighted to promote these three outstanding attorneys to the position of partner in our firm,” said Rita Irvin, founder of McKinley Irvin. “Brent, Lindsay, and Mark each possess unique talents that merited this well-earned promotion. They have shown themselves to be innovative leaders in the practice of family law and exceptional advocates for our clients and their families. We are excited to work with them as they move on to the next level of their careers.”
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, military family law, and other family law practice areas.