Frank W. Holman (Stanford University, AB, Exeter College, Oxford University, BA, MA Jurisprudence, University of Puget Sound, JD) Frank has practiced in Seattle since 1979. His practice consists primarily of family law related issues, estate planning, probate, real estate and some general practice areas. He has been involved in mediation for the last 23 years, and often mediates family law matters with his wife, Patricia S. Holman (Stanford, AB, Indiana University, PhD, Child Development ). Frank has lived in Seattle for most of his life. He and his wife have two adult sons. Apart from his professional practice, he has been actively involved in community activities, including a church community (Bethany Presbyterian), Little League, and as a board member of the University District Food Bank, Nathan Hale High School Foundation and most recently, the Samaritan Center of Puget Sound.

Nancy L. Cahill (Yale University, BA, Seattle University, JD) Nancy has practiced since 1984 and does a mixture of real estate, estate planning, probate, business, and nonprofit work. Nancy is a Seattle native and is active on numerous nonprofit boards, including Seattle's Downtown Rotary, Broadway Bound Children's Theatre, Yale Association of Western Washington, and the Executive Council of the Seattle Pacific University School of Business. She is Past-President of the Yale Association and serves on the Investment Committee at University Presbyterian Church. Nancy and her husband have two daughters and enjoy sports, outdoor activities, and musical theatre.

Larry R. Garrett (Seattle Pacific University, BA, University of Puget Sound, JD) Since 1994 Larry has served the legal needs of individuals and families in the Seattle area. Larry has a special emphasis in estate planning, guardianship and family law along with probate, trusts, guardianship litigation, probate litigation and personal injury cases. He is regularly appointed by the court as a guardian ad litem for guardianship and probate cases in both King County and formerly Pierce County. He has served as a volunteer mediator on numerous occasions and is a member of the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association. Larry regularly gives presentations to professional and community groups regarding the advantages of estate planning. He is married with two sons. Larry is active in the community, volunteering with the Boy Scouts, his church and as a youth soccer coach.

Brian D. Ives (Stanford University, AB, Seattle University, JD cum laude, University of Washington School of Law, LL.M. (Taxation)) Brian's practice emphasizes estate planning, probate, tax advising, guardianship, charitable gift planning, small business advising, and estate litigation. He is a member of the Estate Planning Council of Seattle and is the President of the Greater University Chamber of Commerce for 2008. Brian is an elder at Bethany Presbyterian Church, serves on the board of the Northeast Seattle Little League, and coaches Little League baseball. Brian and his wife, Jacque, have two sons.

Gene R. Oliver (Western Washington State College, BEd,(1971) University of Puget Sound, JD (1977) He is married with two adult children. His practice, initially general, coalesced over the years to almost exclusively family law, emphasizing litigation regarding children's care support, custody and parenting. He has substantial experience in custodial interference and inter-jurisdictional custody cases, as an advocate, consultant and guardian ad litem. He authored the Washington State Bar Association Family Law Deskbook chapter on custodial interference and the updates thereto. He volunteers as a King County Bar Ass'n. family law mentor, a settlement conference master in the King County Volunteer Settlement Conference Program and other speaking and mentoring programs and is formerly a member of the WSBA Family Law Section Executive Committee. Besides his family and professional life his interests include being active in his church, golfing and umpiring Little League baseball.

David V. Andersen (Stanford University, AB, Seattle University, JD) After law school, where he was on law review, David clerked two years for the Washington State Court of Appeals, Div. II. His practice has narrowed to adoptions, estate planning, probate, and guardianships, with an occasional appointment as a settlement or probate guardian ad litem. A fellow of the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys, he authored the chapter on adoption law in the Washington State Bar Ass'n "Family Law Deskbook," and has chaired the past five WSBA Adoption Law CLEs. He and his wife have three children. He has enjoyed coaching his daughter's soccer team and serving on the board of several non-profits. He is also an elder at his church. Pastimes include attending local theater, reading, traveling, and collecting baseball memorabilia.

All attorneys are members of the Washington State Bar Association, and are licensed to provide legal advice and represent parties in all state courts of Washington and the United States District Court for Western Washington.

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