Tamara began her legal career as a paralegal in 2013 at Baugher Law Firm (now Luminosity Law) and in 2017 she became licensed by the Washington State Bar Association (‘WSBA’) as a Limited License Legal Technician (‘LLLT’). As a LLLT she assists clients who represent themselves in family court and guides them through the legal process. After practicing for three years as a solo practitioner in her own firm, she now rejoins the Luminosity Law team as a LLLT and Lead Paralegal. In addition to her extensive family law expertise, Tamara is a third-year law student at Seattle University, and she practiced as a Rule 9 Legal Intern with the Housing Justice Project, where she assisted tenants facing eviction. She is also on the Executive Committee for the WSBA Family Law Section, and the recipient of the Seattle University Washington State Scholarship, the King County Washington Women’s Lawyers Scholarship, and the McKinley Irvin Family Law Scholarship.
Tamara’s goal is to support, empower, and guide clients through the stressful and confusing family court system. She believes in compassionate and low-conflict resolutions where possible but is a strong advocate when needed.