Lisa Vargo – Attorney at Law – Of Counsel
Lisa earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from the University of Idaho in 1984. She went on to obtain her law degree from the University of Idaho College of Law in 1987. Lisa was selected for a clerkship with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, working for both the Hon. Stephen S. Trott and the Hon. J. Blaine Anderson.
She then practiced law with a variety of Seattle area law firms, including the former Bogle & Gates PLLC and the Law Offices of Bruce W. Hilyer, PS. (who is now a King County Superior Court Judge). She is a member of the bars of Washington and Idaho.**
Lisa is a member of King County Bar Association’s Business Law, Real Property Probate and Trust, and Solo and Small Practice Sections. She is also a member of the Washington State Bar Association’s Real Property Probate and Trust Section.
Lisa offers 25 years of solid legal experience and judgment. When not practicing law, Lisa is the busy mother of a young son.
* Inactive membership in Idaho Bar
Andrea Logan – Paralegal
Andrea earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Puget Sound in 1989, and her Paralegal Certificate from Edmonds Community College in 1996. She provides experience and knowledgeable paralegal assistance in business law, estate planning and probate. In her spare time, Andrea volunteers for animal causes, including Valley Animal Partners, Save Washington Pets and the Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project.
Kristen Larsen - Office Administrator
Kristen has over 10 years of office administrative experience. At the Santa Barbara campus of the University of California, she studied French and Comparative Literature. Kristen is enthusiastic about teaching, and enjoys teaching art to elementary school children. She loves swimming and cross country skiing, but her main passion is spending time with her husband and two beautiful children.
Roger - Office Morale Leader
Roger’s job description includes demonstrating office relaxation techniques, snacking on office plants, and occasionally sliding down the office printer.