Morgan’s practice focuses on both family law, and trust and estate disputes.She enjoys helping people handle issues that can feel insurmountable and finding an expeditious and efficient resolution.In the past, Morgan has represented businesses, individuals, and fiduciaries navigate litigation focusing on business, real estate, and trust and estate matters.Her broad-based experience helps inform her domestic relations practice and provides a strong-foundation to help her clients find a better result.
Morgan has tried cases to verdict and represented clients before the Superior Courts of multiple counties, the Washington Court of Appeals, and the Washington State Supreme Court.She argued an issue of first position to the Court of Appeals to a favorable outcome.
Some of her representative work includes:
Counsel on an issue of first impression regarding the impact of divorce on testamentary gifts. In re Estate of Mower, 193 Wn. App. 706, 374 P. 3d 180 (2016).
Litigated a complicated probate and trust dispute that involved receiverships and bankruptcy proceedings.
Negotiated a settlement of a multi-million dollar probate estate to a favorable outcome for the client after remand from the Court of Appeals.
Litigated and resolved claims on behalf of a client against a trustee of a multi-million dollar trust with complex land and accounting issues.
Represented a Fortune 500 Company in development and launch of pilot program.
Defended a small business owner in a suit by a former customer and obtained a favorable defense verdict.
Tried a timber trespass case to favorable outcome for client.
Defended an international business against claims of damaged product from a purchaser.
Obtained a summary judgment on behalf of a vulnerable adult against a nephew for recovery of misappropriated funds.
Participated in a trial team that secured a multi-million dollar jury verdict on behalf of a defrauded business partner.