Our core values are:
1. Value. Access to justice for unrepresented litigants is our passion.
2. Care. We only take cases we feel we can genuinely believe in and care for.
3. Candor. We'll fight to protect you from abusive litigation, and will always tell you the truth.
4. Acceptance. We serve all colors, genders, immigration statuses, sexual orientations, ages.
5. Innovation. As software industry veterans and serial entrepreneurs. We know change is overdue!
ALICIA "ALIE" DEGON
Partner & Founder
WSBA LLLT #131
My Legal Pit Stop, Legal Technicians ("MLPS") is Alicia's 5th business. Originally trained in economics and business (MBA 1995), Alicia marveled from the insides of Amazon.com (1997-1999), Intellectual Ventures (2010-2011), and most recently Boston Consulting Group Digital Ventures in the Bay Area (2017). See her Linkedin for more previous business antics. Alicia sees the plight of unrepresented family law litigants and has helped to ask the tough questions about the role of cash in our system. Mother of three wonderful people, Alicia is humbled to work on better ways forward for families. In her spare time she digs farming (get it?), distance cycling, music, and is a serious foodie. She lives with her partner, two college aged adult sons (music and math majors respectively!!), 2 puppy dogs, a duck, and loads of wild blue herons when its their time, in Gig Harbor, WA.
Dr. Russell Brunelle is our trusted quartermaster, tech wizard, and legal editor (WSBA# 54905). Following his Ph.D. in engineering he too had a career in technology. He soon turned his attention though to civil rights advocacy. You won't learn much about him on social media, because he doesn't believe in that, but he may be the best person to help you secure your digital safety, get admissible evidence from your smart phone.
Vincent & Jules totally get it, and might help you get it too!
Perfectly pled arguments can be good for our moods, but nothing lifts us like puppy time with V & J!
Seen here with their brother Jack, Vincent & Jules (yes, from the movie Pulp Fiction) make it easy to focus on making positive change in the world, despite the sometimes very emotional work we do. They are also good for a little perspective: They think burger-flavored puppy chow is tasty! We actually have clients who call and ask to visit them, which they happily oblige.
VINCENT & JULES ROCK