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Your family’s future is our first priority 


We practice law differently, with an eye toward innovation and education. We focus on your family’s success and individual needs. We connect you with resources and information to navigate life’s challenges so you can be at peace with your decisions and free from the stress of the unknown. We are well-trained, experienced professionals committed to ongoing education and creative problem-solving to help you make sound, informed, and emotionally intelligent decisions. 

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Elise Buie Family Law, PLLC

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We would be happy to set up an initial consultation. Thank you for taking the time to read through our site; we look forward to supporting you.

 

We serve clients in Family Law clients in King, Pierce, Snohomish, and Island counties and offer Estate and Relationship Planning services statewide.

 

Please do not include any confidential information in your communications until we verify that our office can represent you and confirm our engagement with you in writing. Prior to that, Elise Buie Family Law, including but not limited to any of its agents and representatives, does not legally represent you. Therefore, we have no duty of confidentiality to you, and there exists no attorney-client privilege between us.

To schedule a call with us, please select the legal matter you require assistance with from the options below. Alternatively, you may choose to fill out the form on the right, and we will reach out to you promptly. Your legal needs are our priority, and we are here to assist you.

Creating a blueprint for your future together can be both exciting and nerve-wracking. But when it comes to securing your financial well-being, a prenuptial agreement is the key to ensuring a smooth and amicable separation in case things don’t go as planned. That’s why we’re offering you a complimentary 20-minute initial consultation ($175 value). During our time together, we’re committed to sharing invaluable information and outlining your legal options and the financial considerations involved. We aim to empower you with the knowledge and understanding you need to make deeply informed choices about your future.

You can book a consultation HERE with one of our legal professionals.

Are you seeking to safeguard your future through estate planning? We understand that these decisions can be weighty, both emotionally and financially. That’s why we’re offering you a complimentary 20-minute initial consultation ($175 value), a gesture of support in a journey that can often feel overwhelming. During our time together, we’re committed to sharing invaluable information, and outlining your legal options and the financial considerations involved. We aim to empower you with the knowledge and understanding you need to make deeply informed choices about your future. Take that important first step with us, and let’s embark on this path towards your peace of mind, together.

 

You can book a consultation HERE with one of our legal professionals.

We are sorry for your loss. If you need assistance with navigating the probate process, please book an initial call with our intake team here or fill out the form to the right and we will be in touch shortly.

Interested in talking to a legal professional? Book an initial call with our intake team here or fill out the form to the right and we will be in touch shortly about possibly setting up a 45-minute virtual consultation ($350). We are currently accepting matters in King, Pierce, Snohomish and Island Counties.

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A Family First Approach


We are here to help individuals and families holistically navigate difficult decisions. We are connectors. We guide the experience with our firm to be transformational and healing. People at peace with their decisions armed with a plan for the future are free from the stress of the unknown and can give wholly of themselves to their family and community.

 

We are well-trained, experienced professionals who are committed to ongoing education and creative problem-solving. We practice radical candor and civility, delivering the highest quality service with outstanding responsiveness. 

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If you want something radically different from the traditional law firm experience, you may have just found your dream opportunity. Explore our open positions, if you do not see something that fits your experience but you would like to connect, send us your information. We are growing.

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