Veronica focuses her practice in family law. She routinely handles cases with significant assets which require business and property valuations. She also represents individuals involved in complex child custody disputes, including those with allegations of domestic violence. Veronica frequently represents individuals involved in same-sex relationships with their family law matters.
Veronica has an LLM in taxation which makes her particularly well qualified to evaluate the property and financial aspects of cases. In addition, she litigated several high profile criminal cases and gained invaluable trial experience. Her diverse background compliments her family law practice and her clients benefit from her breadth of knowledge and experience.
Her criminal background is advantageous in many family law matters, especially those where criminal allegations are pending, or domestic violence is alleged and protection orders are being sought. Her tax and estate planning experience is particularly useful when drafting and reviewing pre or post nuptial agreements and property settlement agreements.
Veronica has direct and frequent contact with her clients. She keeps her clients informed and involved in their cases throughout her representation. Her personal philosophy is to attempt to resolve cases as expeditiously as possible so that her clients can move forward with their lives. She is not anxious to go to engage in a court battle, but she is very qualified and competent to do so in those instances where a court appearance or trial is necessary.
Renton Movie Theater Shooting — Not Guilty Attempted Murder 1 & Assault 1
Mistrial in Murder for Hire of Boeing Man — Hung Jury 9 — 3 to acquit on Murder 1
Rafay / Longest Criminal Trial in King County History / Jury Settles in for Long Haul
Assault Trial Ends in Hung Jury — Police Officer Dragged
Kirstyn Palmisano earned her law degree from the University
of Washington in 2008. After law school, Kirstyn worked as a Law Clerk
and Bailiff to the Honorable Mary E. Roberts in King County Superior Court.
Before joining our firm, she worked in private practice as a family law
attorney in Snohomish County.
Kirstyn focuses her practice on family law, including parenting disputes, asset and debt division, domestic violence, child support, nonparental custody, and post-dissolution proceedings. Kirstyn volunteers her time with Neighborhood Legal Clinics in King County, providing free legal services on a variety of matters. She has also volunteered with the King County Bar Association, working as a pro bono attorney on family law cases involving domestic violence. Kirstyn’s particular interests and experience include handling complex cases involving interstate custody disputes and cases impacted by domestic violence.
Kirstyn is a member of the Washington State Bar Association, the Snohomish County Bar Association, and the Family Law Section of the WSBA.