Andrea Logan – Paralegal
Business Law | Estate Planning | Probate
I’ve worked with Stacey’s firm since 2004. I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Puget Sound in 1989, and my Paralegal Certificate from Edmonds Community College in 1996. In addition, I’m certified by the King County Bar Association to present routine matters in court. I enjoy using my paralegal knowledge and experience to walk our clients through the estate planning, business formation and estate administration processes.
In my spare time, I’m passionate about animal causes. I serve on the board of Valley Animal Partners, a nonprofit serving people and their pets in the Snoqualmie Valley. I also enjoy hiking with my dogs and horseback riding.
My family includes my husband, Joe, our two dogs (including Huck, who is pictured!), our cat Darcy and our horse, Misty.
Katie Christiansen – Legal Assistant
I have over 13 years of customer service and client services experience that I am excited to bring to this role. I enjoy working with our business law, estate planning and probate clients. I’m a Seattle native and earned a BA in Women’s Studies from Washington State University (Go Cougs!) In my prior life I worked for Starbucks in Corporate HR. I am passionate about providing excellent customer service to every person who contacts and works with us.
When I’m not working with clients, my husband and I are raising two energetic and entertaining daughters. Our family also includes our beloved cats, Cole and Gus and our sweet yellow lab, Maggie. I enjoy trying new recipes when planning dinner parties with friends, tending our large backyard urban garden, and volunteering at my daughters’ school.
Erin Cranston – Legal Assistant
With over 25 years of administrative and customer service experience, I am thrilled to work with our business law, estate planning and probate clients, and be a part of this fantastic team. I’ve lived in Seattle since I was a baby and truly enjoy everything this area has to offer. I am a proud Western Washington University alum with a degree in English. After working at the corporate headquarters at Starbucks Coffee for many years, I became a content writer for the national parenting website Red Tricycle. I truly enjoy helping people, and I take pride in providing clients with the best customer service experience possible.
Outside of the office, I enjoy spending time with my husband and son in our beloved West Seattle neighborhood, where we like to try new restaurants, watch our son play soccer and work our way through the entire Star Trek television catalog. We love animals, so our rescue cats Sidney and Moe (pictured) round out our family. In addition to family time, I enjoy gardening, traveling, reading and spending time with friends.
Roger – Office Morale Leader
Roger is named after tennis great Roger Federer, and considers his cat accomplishments to be at least equal to that of the 17-time Grand Slam Champion. His office hours tend to be minimal, due to the temptation of his food bowl and afternoon naps. When Roger “works,” his job description includes demonstrating office relaxation techniques, snacking on office plants, detaching the cord from the phone headset during conference calls, and occasionally sliding down the office printer. Although his helpfulness is questionable, Roger is much loved!