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Kathryn Jenkins, Attorney at Law

Law Offices of Kathryn Jenkins
Kathryn Jenkins has a law practice in Seattle (WA)
206-441-1980
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Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Family Law, Trusts & Estate Planning, Wills & Probate matters.
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2200 Sixth Avenue Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: 206-441-1980, Fax: 800-655-8586   Map It
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Family Law: Divorce & Separation (Child Custody & Visitaion Rights, Child Support, Divorce & Separation Agreements, Mediation, Spousal Support), Domestic Violence, Guardianship, Name Changes, Paternity Suits, Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
Trusts & Estate Planning: Estate Administration, Power of Attorney
Wills & Probate: Probate, Wills drafting
Fees
Hourly Rates: Hourly ($175-$300/hour) Hourly ($175-$300/hour)
Fixed-Price Services: Please call to inquire within
Qualification & Experience
Bar Admissions
  • Washington (WA) 1986
Court Admissions
Washington State Supreme Court (1986), United States District Court, Western District of Washington (1986), United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (1987), United States Supreme Court (1994)
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Education
Languages
English
Territory of Practice

Washington

King: Seattle

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