Ms. Quinlan joined Balsam Quinlan P.S. in 2020 after graduating from law school. She regularly handles guardianship and vulnerable adult matters, probates, and estate litigation. Ms. Quinlan graduated cum laude from Seattle University School of Law and was admitted to the Washington State Bar in 2020.
While in law school, Ms. Quinlan was an intern for the Pierce County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, where she drafted response briefs in criminal appeals to the Washington State Court of Appeals, presented oral arguments in Pierce County Superior Court, and assisted in pretrial hearings in Pierce County District Court. Ms. Quinlan was also an intern at the United States District Court in Tacoma for the Honorable Mary Jo Heston, where she assisted in complex bankruptcy cases.
Before entering law school, Ms. Quinlan spent several years working in early childhood education at a local family-owned daycare center. Ms. Quinlan gained knowledge of the special needs of individuals with disabilities through her experiences growing up with multiple family members with disabilities. These experiences led to her interest in joining Robin H. Balsam, P.S. to assist clients and their families with guardianship, trust, and probate matters and represent families with special needs.
In her free time, Ms. Quinlan enjoys camping, boating, taking advantage of Tacoma’s various parks and attractions, and spending time with friends and family.
The website is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Hiring a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon information provided on this website. This website is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship between you and the firm. By submitting your information to the firm, you are not creating an attorney-client relationship with the firm, although the information will be kept confidential. An attorney-client relationship may be formed only after we check for conflicts of interest, and the firm and you sign a fee agreement. The firm may contact you about your legal claim to discuss representation options. Because of the volume of emails, we cannot promise to respond to every submission.ata.