206-325-2801
Law Offices of

Mardi J. Boss, P.S.

Compassionate Representation | Principled Advocacy

Law Offices of Mardi J. Boss, P.S.
520 East Denny Way
Seattle, WA 98122-2100
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206-325-2801
fax: 206-325-1424

mjboss@earthlink.net

Mardi J. Boss received her law degree from Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles, CA in 1987. Her law practice consists of family law and mediation. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Mardi was a Registered Nurse, and worked in remote regions of Alaska with native populations and families.  She then specialized in Cardiac Intensive Care in her home state of Colorado before attending law school. She has extensive experience working with families and individuals facing stresses from medical, psychiatric, financial and social challenges.

Mardi represents individuals in a variety of family law matters, including divorce, property distribution, separation agreements, parenting and custody issues, child support and post dissolution matters. She has represented clients with a wide variety of business and professional interests and asset bases. She has assisted clients in settlement and litigation in achieving satisfactory and equitable asset division on simple and complex levels. She is experienced in working with intricate business and personal separate property tracing issues.

Mardi's past experience includes representing plaintiff and defense clients in the areas of medical and psychiatric malpractice, personal injury and products liability.

She also mediates in the areas of family law, medical and psychiatric negligence, personal injury and products liability.

She is a member of the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association and the King County Bar Association, in which she is a member of the Family Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution sections.  She is a member of the NW Women’s Law Center, and has served on the Legislative Committee, as an Ambasssador and worked on the Information and Referral line.  She served on the Washington State Insurance Commissioner’s Womens Health Task Force.   She received extensive mediation training from the Pacific Family Mediation Institute and was selected to participate in the pilot program for co-mediation with Family Court Services, King County Superior Court.  She is on the panel of American Mediation, Bellevue, WA.