Divorce for Men Law Firm Hires Seattle Attorney Nathan Gibbs
SEATTLE, March 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Goldberg Jones, the law firm known for Divorce for Men, hired Seattle attorney Nathan Gibbs. The addition of Gibbs to the Seattle office marks an exciting expansion of our team of family law attorneys.
Gibbs is a welcome addition to the Goldberg Jones law practice. A skilled negotiator, he is dedicated to producing results for the men and fathers of the Puget Sound area. Gibbs approaches all of his cases with meticulous preparation and an adaptive strategy that allows him to quickly react to changes in his client's circumstances.
Managing attorney, Ken Alan, commented on the hiring of Gibbs saying, "He is an experienced prosecutor and a sharp negotiator. His integrity, intensity, and empathy for his clients make Nathan an excellent addition to Goldberg Jones. He understands that family law is about helping people, and it's obvious he cares about his clients."
Gibbs will be handling family law cases in the Puget Sound communities of King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties. Gibbs will represent clients in divorce, child custody, support, and other family law cases.
Gibbs earned his undergraduate degree from Humboldt State University where he double majored in sociology and studio art. He earned his Juris Doctor from the Seattle University School of Law.
About Goldberg Jones
Goldberg Jones is a local office of family law attorneys serving Seattle and the communities of Western Washington. We have grown from a three-person startup, to a multi-state firm with over 30 lawyers devoted solely to the practice of family law, specifically, protecting the rights of husbands and fathers.
Our representation is focused on providing dedicated advocacy for men in divorce, child custody, child support and most other family law matters. Our divorce attorneys are knowledgeable and aggressive in protecting men's rights, fathers' rights, and your rights under Washington divorce laws. For more information please visit http://www.goldbergjones-wa.com/
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