Patricia Baugher is an experienced attorney focusing exclusively on family law cases. Prior to forming Luminosity Law in 2006, she was an associate at a downtown Seattle law firm, mentored by some of the most respected family law attorneys in the area. Patricia is known for providing compassionate support to her clients while zealously advocating for them in an amicable settlement, or, if necessary, at trial. She is a “double-dawg,” having received both her undergraduate (1982) and law degrees (2001) from the University of Washington, where she was Associate Editor-in-Chief to the Washington Law Review. Her life experience brings a unique insight to her approach to family law, including a commitment to minimize the impact on children of divorce and parental conflict through carefully considered parenting plans. Ms. Baugher represents parties to dissolutions (both amicable and high-conflict cases) as well as parenting and child support modifications, and actions for unmarried parents to establish parenting plans and/or child support.
- B.A., University of Washington, 1982
- J.D., with honors, University of Washington, 2001