Natalie Findley-Wolf

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Natalie Findley-Wolf

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Attorney Natalie Findley-Wolf brings a broad range of experience to our firm. As a former public defender, she spent over a decade defending adults and juveniles accused of misdemeanors and felonies in criminal courts and representing families in dependency proceedings and Child Protective Services (CPS) investigations.  Natalie is a highly experienced trial lawyer and has tried several sexual assault cases that resulted in good outcomes for her clients.

Many of our clients are also parents who find themselves facing the stress and turmoil of a Child Protective Services (CPS) investigation and potential court action, including dependency proceedings, in addition to a criminal investigation. Natalie previously represented clients in dependency proceedings and CPS investigations and can guide you through navigating these related proceedings.

Natalie has successfully advocated for clients with underlying mental health diagnoses or developmental delays that have played a role in their cases. Natalie has worked with several clients with ADD/ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, bipolar disorder, depression, and anxiety. She has worked closely with experts in those fields to prepare mitigation and legal defenses for a wide range of clients.

Natalie is a 2008 graduate of University of California School of Law - Davis, holds a B.A. in English and Journalism from the University of Washington, and is licensed to practice in the State of Washington, the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Natalie’s practice focuses on the following areas:

• All Juvenile Offenses
• Adult and Child Sexual Assault
• Domestic Violence Offenses
• Violent Offenses
• CPS Investigations

Because of a better understanding of adolescent and juvenile brain development, courts are now required to consider the role that a young adult’s youthfulness played in the offense conduct. Our firm takes a particular interest in those cases and are skilled in working with experts to develop mitigation for clients aged 18-25, roughly, who are accused of these offenses.