Desirée L. Good


Desirée focuses her practice on family law matters, including divorce, child custody, parenting matters, child support, legal separation and more. Compassionate and empathetic, she has a genuine concern for her clients, especially when they are going through the stressful and complex process of divorce and separation. Prioritizing her clients’ well-being and interests, she is a zealous advocate in the courtroom and out.

Passionate about helping those who need it the most in her community, Desirée frequently volunteers with Eastside Legal Assistance Program, assisting low-income King County residents with family law issues.

An avid reader, she serves as an executive board member at the King County Library System Foundation, an association that encourages literacy, libraries and learning.  Desirée is also a member of the Freedom to Read Foundation, a nonprofit legal and educational organizations affiliated with the American Library Association, aimed at protecting and promoting freedom of the press and access to information.


  • Seattle University School of Law, J.D., 2015
  • Washington State University, B.A., summa cum laude, 2006

Professional and Civic

  • Washington State Bar Association
  • King County Bar Association, Collaborative Law Section, member
  • King County Bar Association, Family Law Section, member

Pro Bono and Community Service

  • Board member, King County Library System Foundation, 2019 – present
  • Volunteer, Eastside Legal Assistance Program, 2021- present
  • Volunteer, King County Bar Association Housing Justice Project (2018-2021)
  • Volunteer, King County Bar Association, Family Law Mentor Program (past)

Awards and Acknowledgments

  • Selected by Puget Sound Business Journal as “Next Gen in Law,” January 2023
  • Named a “Rising Star” by Washington Super Lawyers magazine, Family Law, 2022 and 2023