Marc T. Christianson

Marc T. Christianson: Attorney with McKinley Irvin

Biography

Washington Super Lawyers, 2006-2013; "Uninsured Motorist Arbitrations from a Neutral Arbitrator's Perspective," Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association CLE, December 2010. "Family Law 101: Time for a Reality Check," Washington State Bar Association CLE, December 2010. "Computer Technology Part 1," presentation on using Voice Recognition Software for attorneys at a Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association Seminar, May 2010. "Preparation of Your Case and Client for Settlement Conference and Trial," Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association CLE, October 2008. "Suggestions for Better Mediation," Washington State Bar Family Law Section Newsletter, Winter 2007. Ethics presentation with Bob Gould, Family Law Section Midyear Meeting & Seminar, Washington State Bar Association CLE and Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association Annual Retreat, May 2008 and June 2006. "QDROs and More: Mastering the Division and Assignment of Retirement Benefits in a Marital Dissolution," Washington State Bar Association CLE, October 2007.

Areas of Practice (5)

  • Divorce
  • Child Support
  • Arbitration
  • Mediation
  • Collaborative Law

Education & Credentials

University Attended:
University of Puget Sound, B.A., 1971
Law School Attended:
Seattle University School of Law, J.D., 1974
Year of First admission:
1975
Admission:
1975, Washington
Memberships:
King County Bar Association; Tacoma-Pierce County (Past President; Founding Member and First Chair, Family Law Section) and Washington State (Past Chair, Family Law Executive Committee; Member, Trust Account Responsibilities and Retainers Task Force) Bar Associations; Pierce County Superior Court Commissioner Pro Tempore; Pierce County Superior Court Judge Pro Tempore; International Association of Collaborative Professionals; Collaborative Professionals of Washington; Collaborative Law Professionals of Pierce County.
ISLN:
908392672

Peer Reviews

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  • A Martindale-Hubbell Peer Rating reflects a combination of achieving a Very High General Ethical Standards rating and a Legal Ability numerical rating.

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Client Reviews

  • 3.8/5.0 (2)
  • 1 recommendation
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  • Value for Money

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  • Marc T. Christianson

    4.8/5.0 on 01/13/12 on 01/13/12

    Marc did a great job explaining all the pertinent issues in my case. He was efficient and provided me with quality work.

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    Marc did a great job explaining all the pertinent issues in my case. He was efficient and provided me with quality work.

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  • Marc T. Christianson

    2.8/5.0 on 01/24/11 on 01/24/11

    High priced, uninvolved, was not good at explaining things. Seemed very insincere.

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    High priced, uninvolved, was not good at explaining things. Seemed very insincere.

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      3.0/5.0
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Tacoma, Washington

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