Linda Mason Wilgis
Linda is a passionate advocate for her clients, representing children and families for over 25 years as an attorney in private practice, as a former Assistant Attorney General, and as a family and children’s Ombudsman for Washington state. Linda is committed to helping clients navigate difficult transitions in their lives through compassionate advice and skilled advocacy, both through negotiation and litigation.
Linda is an experienced trial lawyer with deep experience in winning cases for her clients when litigation is necessary. As an Assistant Attorney General for 10 years, Linda tried many cases involving neglect, abuse, and financial exploitation of children and vulnerable adults.
Linda is a skilled negotiator whose best results are often achieved outside of the courtroom. Her experience and knowledge representing clients in a wide variety of situations gives her an advantage in mediation and achieving good solutions for her clients. Linda is trained and certified in mediation and collaborative law.
In 2012, Linda launched her own firm, Mason Wilgis Law, P.S. in downtown Seattle. She joined Integrative Family Law in 2017, and practices in the areas of, family law, elder law and guardianships and select child welfare and youth advocacy. In addition to her role as an attorney, she is certified and appointed by the King County Superior Court as a Guardian ad Litem in Title 26 (Family Law) and Title 11 (guardianship) cases to represent the best interests of minor children and alleged incapacitated persons.