“I’ve had the pleasure of practicing with Lisa Ann Sharpe since 1991. Her commitment to high quality legal services, combined with her savvy business sense, make her an excellent choice for our managing principal.”
Seattle Divorce Lawyer and Family Law Attorney
Lisa provides the highest level of family law advice to clients in complex divorce and custody cases. She is a Seattle divorce lawyer who advocates for the best interest of her clients and their children. Her practice emphasizes resolving contested financial issues and child custody issues. Her cases include executive divorces, divorces involving businesses, large estates, child support and maintenance (alimony).
Lisa has represented clients in divorce, legal separation and in dissolution of relationships where parties cohabitated but never married. As a Seattle divorce lawyer, she handles parenting plans, relocations and custody disputes in family law court.
Lisa also has over 22 years of experience in mediation and arbitration. Her approach as a Seattle divorce lawyer also includes building a team of outside business consultants, accountants, appraisers, tax specialists and mental health evaluators, when necessary.
Lisa is a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, has been selected annually as a Super Lawyer in Family Law and has been selected as one of “The Top 50 Women” attorneys in Washington. She has an AV rating - a testament to the fact that her peers rank her at the highest level of professional excellence.
Lisa represents businesses and their owners in complex legal disputes, including breach of contract, construction disputes, shareholder agreements and employment matters. Her experience includes mediations, arbitrations, and trial in state and federal courts.
Seattle Employment Lawyer
Lisa represents management in employment law matters. She provides preventive counseling to clients to minimize the risk of litigation, and counsels employers on issues of employee discipline, termination, disability accommodation, leaves of absence, harassment, discrimination, trade secret protection, privacy and wage and hour matters.