Elizabeth Bianchi has been practicing family law in Washington State since 2004. Her primary practice areas are complex financial issues, child custody issues, relocations, parenting plan issues and post-dissolution enforcement matters.
Elizabeth chose family law practice because it gives her the opportunity to provide logical guidance and create workable solutions. She appreciates the challenge of providing stability for men and women going through a particularly unstable period in their lives. She provides a clear head to assist clients who are experiencing significant turmoil and confusion.
“My overriding goal is to craft the best possible outcomes for my clients so that they can begin a new chapter in their lives with confidence and long-term well-being. I want my clients to take the next step forward in a way that is best not only for them personally, but their families, too.”
Elizabeth joined the team at Integrative Family Law because she wholeheartedly agrees with the firm’s approach to helping individuals and families involved in the family law system. She acknowledges that there are special challenges to practicing family law, and she believes her dispute resolution education and courtroom experience put her in an exceptional position to serve clients well.
- Washington Law & Politics Magazine, Selected to Rising Stars 2010-2012
Elizabeth is a former volunteer with the King County Bar Association’s Family Law Clinic, where she provided legal advice on a range of family law issues, including domestic violence, divorce, child support, child custody, and parenting plans. That experience has made her appreciate more than ever the necessity of first-rate legal representation.
Elizabeth began practicing law at Integrative Family Law after a brief leave, which allowed her to stay at home with her children.
- University of Washington, B.A., Political Science/Communications, 2000
- Georgia State University College of Law, J.D., 2004
- Washington State Bar Association, Family Law Section
- King County Bar Association, Family Law Section Honors