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Join a growing divorce law firm dedicated to fostering peaceful resolutions amidst challenging times.

Why Work With Us?

Working with Truce Law offers numerous benefits, including a focus on peaceful resolutions, compassionate guidance, and a commitment to minimizing the financial and emotional toll of divorce proceedings. Here are a few personal benefits you will recieve while working with the comapny. 

Work From Home

PTO & Holidays

Health Insurance

Dental Insurance

Bonus Incentives


Flexible Schedule

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Currently Open Positions

Associate Attorney

Under the direction and guidance of the Mentoring Attorney, the Associate Attorney manages an individual caseload from start to finish. The Associate must be committed to achieving excellent results for our clients through intelligent and zealous advocacy, possess an exceptional work ethic, be self-motivated, and project a positive attitude. The Associate must have excellent oral advocacy skills, thorough writing skills, and be confident in the courtroom. The Associate must be comfortable working collaboratively with Paralegals and Legal Assistants and providing oversight to move the case to a successful completion.
Case Management:
  • Maintain an appropriate caseload and manage cases from inception through closing
  • Independently handle day-to-day decision-making on assigned cases
  • Develop case strategy and provide leadership and direction to Paralegals and Legal Assistants regarding case work
  • Regularly consult with clients and third parties to effectively move cases forward and to a successful conclusion
  • Perform monthly case reviews to ensure clients receive proactive communication
  • Enter client notes and billable time into Clio (Case Management System)
  • Conduct intense point-related research and analyze case-specific legal issues to prepare documentation
  • Prepare motions, briefs, memorandums of law
  • Zealously represent clients in court or in meetings with opposing counsel
  • Work collaboratively with the team, including staff members at all levels of experience and knowledge
  • Cultivate relationships with the Firm’s clients
  • Adhere to the Firm’s policies and procedures

Client Responsibilities:

  • Engage with clients to understand the facts of their case and goals of your client;
  • Delegate tasks efficiently and effectively to your support team to move cases forward;
  • Assess the urgency of situations and determine accurate and appropriate actions;
  • Provide options and solutions to various legal questions;
  • Review Family Law documents/pleadings; such as, petitions, summons, declarations (client, third party, attorney), parenting plans, child support orders, child support worksheets, responses, replies, motions, mediation and/or trial briefs/letters, trial preparation, etc.;
  • Research case law, relevant statutes and court rules, court decisions, legal articles, and other writings;
  • Attend hearings, status conferences, mediations and trials in King, Pierce, Snohomish and Thurston County Superior Courts;
  • Oversee discovery, draft court documents, and provide feedback to your team;
  • Negotiate settlements;
  • Comply with all legal standards and Rules of Professional Responsibility

Professional Responsibilities:

  • Have a deep knowledge of current law related to your area of practice
  • Actively engage with the legal community to maintain legal understanding and knowledge of changes in the law
  • Check in with your network by phone, email and by scheduling in person meetings, so that you maintain a relationship with referral sources both for Truce Law, but also with professionals that we can refer our clients too (i.e. financial advisors, lenders, insurance agents, general contractors, etc.)
  • Enter billing daily

The Associate Attorney must be licensed and in good standing with the Washington State Bar Association and is required to practice law following the standards set forth in the ABA’s Rules of Professional Conduct and Washington State Bar Association rules. All work done by the Attorney must be in support of accomplishing the advancement or completion of a client’s matter.

Top 5 competencies/characteristics to be successful in the POSITION
  • Strategic
  • Assertive
  • Persuasive
  • Detail-Oriented
  • Priority Management
Top 5 competencies/characteristics to be successful in RELATIONSHIPS (culture fit)
  • Adaptable
  • Integrity
  • Client-Focus
  • Collaborative
  • Results-Orientation
Technical Skills (unlimited, but required – not desired)
  • Communication, Verbal
  • Communication, Written
  • Legal Research
  • Discovery Drafting
  • Family Law
Graduated from an accredited law school and be licensed to practice law for Washington State and/or state(s) in which working.
Be in good standing with the Washington Bar Association.
3+ years of family law experience 
Have access to a home office or remote office location of choice: Much of the work will be remote, aside from court appearances if Zoom hearings are not available.
Maintains a collaborative personality with capacity to be firm and fair in your convictions

Operations Attorney

The Operations Attorney will provide seasoned, disciplined, and effective management of the legal support team (e.g., Paralegals, Legal Assistants, Case Managers, Billing Specialists, Client Happiness Coordinators, and Legal Training Coordinators), including performance management, case management, employee relations, and administrative-support functions. The Operations Attorney will ensure that the overall operations of the Legal Support Team meet the Firm’s expectations and values, including case work quality and deliverables, staff performance, team cohesion, and client relations. The Operations Attorney will manage Client escalations as well as their own caseload. In addition, they will integrate closely with other departments (such as finance and human resources), other professionals (such as the Mentoring Attorney and the Professional Legal Administrator), and support the firm at large.

Case Management:

  • Assign casework to respective legal team members based on case type, team availability and strength of legal team.
  • Ensure data integrity and utilize case management databases and other technological tools to assist in creating more efficient Legal Support Team processes.
  • Identify training, recruitment, client needs/opportunities, and current trends that may be impactful to the Firm in collaboration with the Administrative and Management Team.
  • Communicate with Firm clients to resolve any client escalations (e.g., general concerns regarding representation, performance, billing, etc.).


  • When giving direct representation, perform ordinary functions of legal counsel such as providing legal advice, formulating legal strategy, conducting client interviews, reviewing pleadings, and attending court.

Employee Relations:

  • Supervise Legal Support Staff and provide support to Firm Attorneys as needed.
  • In conjunction with the Professional Legal Administrator and Owner, implement and maintain Firm policies, systems, and procedures.

– Ensure the Firm’s activities are fully documented.
– Monitor and enforce the Firm’s rules to ensure that all work is completed in accordance with the Firm’s approved rules, policies & procedures.

  • Facilitate cooperation and motivate team members to accomplish group goals.
  • Training of Legal Support Team (both direct and through creation and review of instructional modules).
  • Participate in recruiting and interviewing process for new legal team members, including assisting with maintaining job descriptions and determining compensation.
  • Ensure Legal Support Team complies with ethical standards.
  • Promotes mutual respect among legal team.

Performance Management:

  • Coaching of performance of Legal Support Team.
  • Attend Legal Support Team reviews and KPI meetings, and discuss salary increases and promotions.


  • Stay up to date on Firm processes and procedures, currently housed in Trainual.
  • Remain up to date on Firm IT policies and complete any required IT training.
  • Timely bi-weekly review and approval of matter invoices, including maintaining detailed feedback for team if time entries were modified, discounted or removed from a Client’s invoice.
  • Keep abreast of and present changes in the law to multiple audiences, including legal team and administrative team, and other high-level internal and external stakeholders.
  • Attend relevant CLEs.
  • Consult with and contribute thought leadership and information on legal trends to support administration in hiring, marketing, and other Firm strategy needs.
  • Co-create, develop, and implement effective management strategies to meet ambitious programmatic deliverables and mission-guided priorities, including staff recruitment and development-support functions, employee engagement, and quality control of Firm’s legal services delivery.
  • Promote Truce Law by actively developing and maintaining the Firm’s relationships with other law firms and community stakeholders that have a robust presence in the Pacific Northwest as well as in the Operations Attorney’s respective city and/or region.
  • Offer new insights on challenges and opportunities, evaluate conventional approaches, provide and encourage new ideas and innovations, and explore and implement new or cutting-edge programs/processes in collaboration with leadership.


From $150,000.00 per year


  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance
  • Current WA State Bar License.
  • Minimum of 10 years practicing law in relevant practice area with experience working in a midsized (4+ attorneys with 20+ staff members total) or larger law firm.
  • Experience supervising or leading a team of at least 5 team members.
  • Experience managing projects, processes, and systems.
  • Experience in program management, including experiences such as project management, tracking deliverables, hiring, planning, and development.
  • Strong record of cultural competence and cross-cultural communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and persuasively both orally and in writing.
  • Demonstrated effective and authentically engaged leadership; ability to critically assess challenges and propose and execute solutions, with appropriate consultation and visibility to leadership; excellent professional judgment.
  • A deep understanding of and ability to work and lead effectively with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Ability to work effectively with people of diverse backgrounds, lived experiences, and communication styles.
  • Show the ability to multi-task and work with a sense of urgency in a dynamic, fast paced environment.
  • Committed to practicing and supporting wellbeing and a work-home life balance.
  • Experience working and communicating in a remote environment.
  • Certified or willing to become certified in collaborative law.
  • Knowledge of RCW and local court rules and/or become familiar with local court rules and practices.
  • Prior leadership experience.
  • Analytical problem solving and critical thinker.
  • Proven ability to work independently.
  • Experience in and ability to utilize case management and pleadings software.


The Paralegal’s primary goal is to support our Attorneys by assisting with legal research, discovery, drafting memos, pleadings, motions, and orders, and preparing for hearings, mediation and trials, under the direction of one or more Attorneys in the office. A Paralegal provides quality legal services to our clients at a lower billable rate than an Attorney, and by doing so, benefits both the Firm and our clients. Paralegals are required to meet the minimum billable requirements set by the Firm and report on progress toward achieving assigned goals.

Work is performed virtually and/or in an office environment. Temperature is regulated. Noise levels are typical of an office environment (e.g., phones, office equipment, light traffic, etc.). While performing the duties of this job, an employee is required to stand, walk, bend, talk, hear, stoop, kneel, use hands and fingers to operate computers and phones, sit for long periods of time, and on occasion lift up to 20-pounds.


  • Casework
    • Perform Legal Research
    • Draft Legal Documents (Pleadings, Declarations, Settlement Proposals, etc.)
    • Manage Incoming and Outgoing Requests for Discovery
    • Assist Responsible Attorney in Preparation for Major Case Events (Hearings, Mediation, Settlement Conferences, Trial, etc.)
    • Attend Major Case Events in a supporting role as needed
    • Communicate with clients and case related third parties as needed via Clio portal, phone, video call and email
  • Case Management
    • Work directly with Case Manager and Attorney to optimize case flow
    • Audit calendar deadlines and case milestones added by Legal Assistant’s to the Firm’s Master Calendar in the Case Management System to ensure accuracy andthat all case milestones are accounted for
      • Identify and resolve calendar scheduling conflicts as needed
    • Oversee Legal Assistant on assigned matters in organizing, sorting, and summarizing case information and files, so that complete client records are stored in our Case Management System
    • Manage personal workload by reviewing upcoming daily, weekly, and monthly appointments, court appearances and tasks.
      • Delegate overflow work as needed in a timely fashion
  • Administrative
    • Contemporaneously enter time into the Case Management System (Clio)
    • Participate in Daily Team Huddles


  • Meet with attorneys and legal support team for case status updates
  • Provide client updates
  • Submit Performance Metrics (KPI Reports) to Supervisor
  • Attend Staff and Legal Team Meetings


  • Attend Case Status Update Meetings and update records
  • Attend Legal Team and Firm procedure meetings when scheduled


  • Attend Quarterly Performance Review Meeting

Non-attorney staff are prohibited by the ABA’s rules of Professional Conduct and State Bar Association rules from practicing law. All work performed by the Paralegal must be in support of and under the direct supervision of an attorney. In working with clients, the Paralegal must be careful not to inadvertently slip into the unlawful practice of law. This would include answering client questions about what will happen in their case or recommending that a client undertake a certain course of action during their case.

Qualities needed for the POSITION (Top 5)
  • Detail-Oriented
  • Highly Organized
  • Self-Motivated
  • Sound Judgement
  • Customer Service Focused
Qualities/Characteristics needed for RELATIONSHIPS/Culture Fit (Top 5)
  • Adaptable
  • Collaborative
  • Initiative
  • Tech Savvy
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Delegator
Technical Skills [Unlimited, but REQUIRED, not DESIRED]
  • Knowledge in Family Law
  • Data Entry (Clio)
  • Microsoft Office 365 – Word, Excel
  • Basic Administrative Skills
  • Time Management
  • Written Communication
  • 2+ years of experience working as a paralegal for a family law firm
  • Strong digital skills including knowledge of Clio, Zoom, Adobe Acrobat and Google platforms
  • Ability to organize and prioritizing multiple projects and deadlines
  • Experience and proficiency in conducting legal research and discovery
  • Strong people skills in order to effectively work with clients on various legal processes
  • Ability to work independently AND collaboratively in a remote environment
  • Bachelor’s Degree, Associate’s Degree, and/or Paralegal Certification

Marketing Manager

We are seeking an experienced and strategic Marketing Manager to lead our law firm’s marketing efforts, with a specific emphasis on digital marketing. As a Marketing Manager, you will play a vital role in developing and executing comprehensive marketing strategies to enhance our firm’s brand visibility, attract clients, and drive business growth. This position requires a deep understanding of digital marketing trends, exceptional leadership skills, and the ability to drive results through innovative and targeted marketing initiatives.

Marketing Strategy and Planning:

  • Develop and implement an overarching marketing strategy aligned with the firm’s goals and objectives.
  • Identify target markets, conduct market research, and analyze competitors to inform marketing strategies and positioning.
  • Create a comprehensive marketing plan that integrates digital marketing tactics, traditional marketing channels, and business development initiatives.

Digital Marketing Leadership:

  • Lead and manage the digital marketing team, setting clear goals, providing guidance, and fostering a collaborative and innovative work environment.
  • Oversee the development and execution of digital marketing campaigns, including SEO, content marketing, social media, email marketing, and online advertising.
  • Stay updated on digital marketing trends, emerging technologies, and best practices, and apply them to enhance the firm’s digital presence.

Website and Online Presence:

  • Drive the optimization and enhancement of the firm’s website to ensure it reflects current services, showcases expertise, and provides an exceptional user experience.
  • Collaborate with the team to develop and implement effective SEO strategies and ensure the website ranks well in search engine results.
  • Monitor website performance using analytics tools, identify areas for improvement, and implement strategies to increase traffic and conversions.

Brand Management and Thought Leadership:

  • Develop and maintain the firm’s brand identity and ensure consistent messaging and visual representation across all marketing channels.
  • Collaborate with attorneys and other stakeholders to create compelling content that positions the firm as a thought leader in the legal industry.
  • Oversee the production of high-quality marketing materials, including brochures, case studies, newsletters, and whitepapers.

Social Media and Content Strategy:

  • Lead the development and execution of a comprehensive social media strategy to build a strong online presence and engage with the target audience.
  • Develop and curate engaging content, including articles, blog posts, videos, and infographics, to drive brand awareness and client engagement.
  • Monitor social media channels, respond to inquiries, and leverage opportunities for brand promotion and community building.

Data Analysis and Reporting:

  • Track, analyze, and report on key marketing metrics, including website traffic, social media engagement, lead generation, and ROI.
  • Provide regular reports and actionable insights to the firm’s leadership, making data-driven recommendations for optimizing marketing strategies and campaigns.
  • Utilize marketing automation tools and CRM systems to measure campaign effectiveness and improve lead nurturing and conversion.

Team Collaboration and External Partnerships:

  • Collaborate with attorneys, partners, and other internal stakeholders to align marketing efforts with business objectives and support their individual practice areas.
  • Manage relationships with external vendors, agencies, and contractors to ensure the delivery of high-quality marketing services within budget.
  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance
  • Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Communications, or a related field. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Proven experience in marketing, preferably in a professional services or law firm environment, with a strong emphasis on digital marketing.
  • Demonstrated success in developing and implementing comprehensive marketing strategies that drive business growth.
  • In-depth knowledge of digital marketing principles and best practices, including SEO, content marketing, social media, and email marketing.
  • Strong leadership skills with the ability to inspire and guide a marketing team to achieve goals.
  • Excellent analytical skills with the ability to interpret data and generate actionable insights.
  • Proficiency in using digital marketing tools and platforms, such as CMS, analytics tools (e.g., Google Analytics), social media management tools, and marketing automation software.
  • Skilled in HubSpot, including ability to lead team to maximize use of various components such as Sales Hub, Marketing Hub, Service Hub and Operations Hub
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to craft compelling content and effectively communicate with diverse audiences.
  • Strong strategic thinking and problem-solving abilities, with a track record of identifying and capitalizing on market opportunities.
  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.
  • Experience in managing budgets and allocating resources effectively.
  • Knowledge of legal industry trends and regulations is a plus.
  • Professional certifications in digital marketing or related areas are desirable.

Office Manager

The Office Manager assists the Firm’s Operations Team by assuming responsibility for the physical office, day-to-day administration, and maintenance. In addition, they provide exclusive support to the legal team by processing, sending, and receiving time sensitive documents and communications.


  • Daily mail management (incoming/outgoing): Receive, scan, disseminate, and file incoming legal and business mail.
  • Prepare outgoing mail requested by the legal team, courier and ensure appropriate delivery to mail outlets (Post Office, FedEx, or UPS), and follow up with documentation of mailing.
  • Renew mail forwarding with USPS 1583 Forms.


  • Subscriptions, training, licensing, membership dues, etc.
  • Routine office supplies and virtual resources.
  • Coordinate employee procurement requests (supplies, equipment, books, resources, etc), obtain management approval, and dispatch to team members.
  • Research and coordinate new equipment and physical assets.
  • Document and record all purchases across systems.

Oversee storage, retrieval, and retention of Firm records.

Review virtual files for removal (security compliance) or organization.

Ensure compliance with Firm policies, systems, and procedures under the direction of the Operations Team:

  • Monitor training platform (Trainual) for consistency with processes and policies in practice, communicating questions or suggesting updates to the Operations Team.
  • Register employees for conferences, trainings, and professional associations:
  • Facilitate continuing legal education (CLE) support requests from the legal team.
  • Research cost variables, monitor deadlines, and advise on discounts.

Coordinate meeting agendas and companywide announcements.

Assist with updates on branded and creative assets, printing, and employee distribution in coordination with third party vendors.

Support client relations with thank you cards and other initiatives by request.

Collaborate on employee engagement initiatives and events (virtual and/or in-person) with logistical support and communications.


Recruiting, onboarding, and offboarding employees:

  • Reference checklists in collaboration with the Operations Team to onboard new employees.
  • Facilitate account set-up and removal (Gmail, Trainual, Clio, Go-To, Zoom, Odyssey, etc)
  • Purchase tech equipment and supplies to be sent to third party (Fuse) for setup and/or to remote employees directly.
  • Monitor Glassdoor and other hiring platforms, and requests reviews.

Support the Operations Team with scheduling performance evaluations for Attorney and Non-Attorney personnel in accordance with Firm policies and procedures.

Monitor employee time off request process and facilitate manager approval.


Maintain office technology and online tools (hardware and software) in collaboration with Fuse.

Develop and maintain hybrid workstations.

Manage online court record subscriptions (Odyssey) and access across multiple counties for the legal team.

Ensure maintenance of office equipment and furniture and coordinate delivery and installation as needed.

Research and develop new office locations as requested, in coordination with the Operations Team.

Research and manage office purchases (i.e. supplies, scanning service, etc).

Act as liaison between the Firm and the office space landlord to ensure maintenance, equipment function, and cleaning.

Act as liaison to third-party vendors, such as IT support (Fuse), phone (GoTo), and answering Service (Securitas).

Maintain documents and records, physical and virtual.

  • Manage the resource library, including all reference materials and subscriptions (virtual and non-virtual)
  • File hardcopy documents and periodically review for disposal or return to client.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $27.00 – $32.00 per hour

Expected hours: 30 – 40 per week


  • Flexible schedule


  • Day shift
  • Monday to Friday

Supplemental pay types:

  • Bonus opportunities

Ability to Commute:

  • Seattle, WA 98107 (Required)

Ability to Relocate:

  • Seattle, WA 98107: Relocate before starting work (Required)
  • Bachelor’s degree in business or related field, or equivalent work experience.
  • At least 2 years of administrative and/or office management experience.
  • Top 5 competencies/characteristics to be successful in the POSITION
    • Project Management
    • Attention to Detail
    • Organization
    • People Management
    • Interpersonal Skills
    • Written and Verbal Communication
  • Top 5 competencies/characteristics to be successful in RELATIONSHIPS (culture fit)
    • Accountable
    • Adaptable
    • Initiative
    • Collaborative
    • Integrity
    • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Technical Skills
    • Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel), Google Suite, and communications and project management platforms.
    • Data Entry
    • Administrative Management
    • Human Resources
    • Document Management
    • Cloud-based Environment

Expected Outcomes/Key Performance Indicators:

KPIs will be reviewed with the Legal Administrator and adjusted quarterly based on the needs of the Firm.

Work With the Law Firm That's Making a Positive Difference

Are you a compassionate legal professional seeking to make a meaningful impact in people’s lives? Join our divorce law firm dedicated to fostering peaceful resolutions amidst challenging times.

At Truce Law, we firmly believe in prioritizing amicable solutions over costly disputes, guiding our clients through the complexities of divorce with empathy and understanding. If you’re passionate about facilitating positive outcomes and helping individuals transition smoothly through this significant life change, we invite you to be part of our team.

Together, let’s redefine divorce representation with integrity, empathy, and a commitment to peaceful resolutions. Join us in making a difference today.

Justin W. Aanenson, Attorney

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