Brewe Layman is committed to protecting the health and safety of our clients, colleagues, friends and neighbors. Our firm is following the guidelines set forth by Governor Inslee and the CDC. We are available to assist you by phone, email and videoconference. We stand ready to provide you with the same level of skillful and tenacious legal representation that you have come to expect from us.

GUIDELINES FOR DIVORCED AND SEPARATED PARENTS SHARING CUSTODY OF CHILDREN DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

As proud members of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML), our partners Ken Brewe and Sabrina Layman would like to share the AAML’s recent media release about divorced and separated parents who are caring for their children during the Covid-19 Pandemic. These are challenging times, and children require their parents’ support more than ever

Brewe Layman is proud to be recognized as a “Best Law Firm” in the 2020 U.S. News & World Report Best Lawyers guide

As part of a rigorous evaluation process, Brewe Layman’s clients and peers reviewed the firm; addressing levels of expertise, responsiveness, understanding of a business’ needs, cost-effectiveness, civility, and whether they would refer another client to the firm. Peers were also asked to provide general demographic and background information on the law firm and attorneys, and

Brewe Layman – Ken Brewe Best Lawyer

Seven years and counting! Brewe Layman is proud to announce that Ken Brewe has been recognized by Best Lawyers® for his stellar work in family law. Ken will be included in the 2020 edition of The Best Lawyers in America©, one of the country’s leading guides on attorney ratings. This marks Ken’s seventh consecutive year

Rebecca Torgerson has been recognized by AAML

We are proud to share that Rebecca Torgerson of our Everett office has become an official member of the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML). Rebecca has proven her ability to handle complex matters relating to the matrimonial field, especially in the areas of property and business valuation, property division spousal support and child support.

Divorced

10 things you need to know about high asset divorce: Q&A with family law attorney, Ken Brewe

Every divorce is emotionally and financially challenging. Cases involving high-net-worth individuals (HNWI) are especially complex as there is more to be divided and therefore, greater expertise required to reach a settlement. You’ve worked hard for what you have and without solid representation, assets such as your homes, businesses, investment properties and savings are at risk.