Associate Attorney

Ashley Jacquin

Ashley Jacquin
Ashley Jacquin

Ashley Jacquin is an associate attorney at Elise Buie Family Law. She is an effective, committed family law practitioner and staunch client advocate.

Upon entering law school at Florida Coastal School of Law, Ashley knew immediately that family law was a natural fit. Ashley is a creative problem solver who thrives in complex situations. She is sensitive and calming but also understands when it’s time to be tenacious.

Philosophy and Background

 “Being able to assist clients during a time in their life in which they are most vulnerable and getting them favorable results is extremely rewarding. I have the ability to be compassionate with my clients and represent them zealously at the same time. Coming from divorced parents and then watching my friends navigate issues such as child custody and divorce, I understand how the impact of these issues can reverberate through to the people closest to you.” – Ashley Jacquin

Kind, attentive, and personable, Ashley possesses the skills and preparation to handle the needs of a particular case, no matter where it takes her. With a sharp eye for detail, she always keeps her client’s best interests at the forefront of her strategy.

Role in the Seattle Community

Ashley is a Florida native who relocated to the Pacific Northwest. Ashley can often be found exploring the region when not in the office. She’s particularly fond of hiking and attending local sporting events, usually with her significant other and their Goldendoodle, Molly.


Bar Admissions


  • Washington State

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