“Ann’s first career was as an attorney. She practiced forestry law for over four decades, during which time she became adept as explaining difficult concepts in everyday language and bringing parties opposed to one another’s points of view together to work toward common objectives. She brings that skill to the task of helping families and loved ones come together to support one another before, during and after a death. Simply put, she specializes in difficult conversations.
While a practicing attorney, Ann advised many families on how to create a lasting legacy, including the creation of legal documents to assure that life desires are fulfilled after death. No longer a practicing attorney, she continues to belong the Elder Law Section of the Washington State Bar Association. She stays abreast of developments in the field of elder law and maintains close ties with lawyers skilled in this area of the law.”