Mr. Curry graduated from McGeorge School of Law/University of the Pacific, Sacramento, CA with a JD degree and did his undergraduate at Washington State University/Honors Program/Pullman, WA earning a BA in English & Political Science.
Mr. Curry has been a member of the Washington State Bar Association since 1986. He is also a member of the South King County Bar Association, Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association and the US District Court/Western District of WA. Mr. Curry has sat as a Pro Tem Judge in both municipal and district courts since 1992 and has acted as a mediator and arbitrator in numerous family law cases. He has also volunteered for the Family Law Information Center at the Kent Regional Justice Center.
While Mr. Curry’s primary focus is on family law matters he also has extensive experience in other areas of law such as personal injury and criminal defense.
John has acted as mediator and arbitrator in numerous family law cases. He has been a Pro Tem Judge in District and Municipal Court since 1992. He was appointed to the bench in Auburn Municipal Court as a permanent part-time Commissioner in January 2007. He is also a Pro Tem Family Law Commissioner in King County and currently the Orting Municipal Court Judge.
Dan C Williams
Mr. Williams attended Willamette University, Salem, OR attaining a degree in JD with a Certificate in Dispute Resolution in 1991 and attended Pacific Lutheran University/Tacoma, WA graduating in 1988 with a BA Political Science Minor in History & Legal Studies.
Mr. Williams was admitted to the Washington State Bar Association in 1991. He is also a member of the South King County Bar Association, Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association, and US District Court/Western District of WA. Mr. Williams has sat as a Pro Tem Judge in Auburn Municipal Court since 2003 and has acted as a mediator and arbitrator in numerous family law cases. He has also volunteered for the Family Law Information Center at the Kent Regional Justice Center.
Dan C. Williams has represented hundreds of clients since 1991 in family law, criminal and personal injury’s. In 1991,Mr. Williams started working with Mr. Curry as his associate and in 1999, the partnership, Curry & Williams, PLLC was formed.
Dan has acted as mediator and arbitrator in numerous family law cases. He has been a Pro Tem Judge in Municipal Courts since 2003 and also a Pro Tem Family Law Court Commissioner in King County Superior Court
Jennifer L. Schroader graduated cum laude from Phoenix School of Law where she interned with the Arizona Court of Appeals as well as a local criminal defense and family law firm in the Phoenix area. She has undergraduate degrees from University of Arizona and University of Central Florida, where she actively participated on national mock trial teams. She has been practicing family law and criminal defense in Washington since 2016.
Prior to moving to Washington, Jennifer began her legal career at the Mohave County Legal Defenders Office in Kingman, Arizona. There, she represented clients who found themselves in difficult situations with the law or with the department of child safety. She has an extensive amount of litigation experience in both criminal and family law matters.
A fierce advocate for her clients, Jennifer is known to provide personalized and effective representation to achieve favorable outcomes. She is empathetic and pays attention to the details in each of her cases.
Outside the courtroom, Jennifer is District Justice for Districts IV and V for Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International. She provides leadership training to law students in six states and sits as a judge each year for the national mock trial competition for law schools in Washington D.C. She enjoys spending time with her family and cheering on her hometown University of Arizona Wildcats basketball team.
Matthew J. Yetter
Matthew J. Yetter received his Juris Doctor degree from the Willamette University College of Law where he received multiple academic awards. He also attended the University of Oregon College of Law as a visiting student. Prior to law school he attended Southern Utah University and Utah State. He joined Curry & Williams, PLLC in August 2007 and practices primarily in the area of divorce and family law and is a seasoned litigator who focuses his practice in King, Pierce, and Thurston county.
Family Law disputes can be some of the most difficult times in a person’s life. Mr. Yetter is compassionate and understanding towards the clients he represents and their families. While there may be similarities from case to case, Mr. Yetter has found that each person he meets with is an individual with varying interests and their own story to tell.
Whether your case is a high conflict case or a relatively uncontested case, Mr. Yetter will take the time to listen to you, discuss your options and help you decide the best course of action.
Mr. Yetter is highly experienced representing clients in the following areas: divorce, cohabitation, paternity, child support, spousal support (alimony), parenting plans, division of assets and debts, separation agreements, legal separations, domestic violence protection orders, restraining orders, temporary orders, contempt, enforcement of court orders, mediation, arbitration, and trial.
When Mr. Yetter is not practicing law, he is busy spending time with his five children. He loves being outdoors with his family, including camping and hiking. He is also an avid sports fan and Little League volunteer. During the baseball season he can be found supporting his children in baseball and fastpitch as well as the Seattle Mariners. He also enjoys theater and is a subscriber at The 5th Avenue Theater and Broadway at the Paramount.
Maarij Nasar graduated from the Seattle University School of Law, with a JD degree and did his undergraduate at the University of Washington earning a BA in Political Science.
Maarij has been a member of the Washington State Bar Association since 2008. He is also a member of the Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association and US District Court/Western District of WA. Mr. Nasar has served as a pro-bono attorney with the King County Family Law Mentor Program and is currently volunteering as an attorney at the King County Family Law Intake Center in Kent, WA. Maarij has served as a mediator and arbitrator in numerous family law cases. He was recently appointed a Pro Tem Family Law Court Commissioner in King County Superior Court in 2018.
Maarij has a wide array of experience in family law matters, including divorce and parenting custody issues. Maarij is fluent in both Hindi and Urdu and has helped clients from all around the world achieve success in court. He has extensive family law experience in both Pierce and King County courtrooms and has also successfully litigated family law matters in Thurston and Snohomish counties. Maarij has a strong litigation background having been well-versed at achieving success in court. Maarij has found having a strong court presence has helped him achieve success for his clients as an active and sharp negotiator.
Maarij also represents clients in immigration matters including both family/employment based immigration petitions; investment based visas; naturalization related issues; non-immigrant visas; and filing for adjustment/change of status. He has been an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) since 2008.
Maarij has also successfully represented clients in their personal injury claims. He believes strongly in aggressive representation to get the best results for his clients.
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