About Juliet C. Laycoe, J.D.
Juliet Laycoe is the principal attorney at Juliet Laycoe PC, a Vancouver, Washington, law firm. She dedicates much of her practice to helping people through one of the most life-altering and traumatic events—divorce. Her twenty years of experience include representation of clients in complex divorce litigation, as well as in high-conflict custody disputes. Ms. Laycoe also is trained as a collaborative practitioner and mediator. She enjoys working with clients to resolve disputes outside of court through settlement, negotiation, mediation, or collaborative law.
Admitted to both the Washington State Bar and the Oregon State Bar, Ms. Laycoe has practiced law since 1998. She graduated from Pacific Lutheran University with a bachelor of arts degree in legal studies and sociology and Lewis & Clark Law School with a juris doctor. Her practice has emphasized family law, including divorce, guardianship, estate planning, and estate administration.
Ms. Laycoe is a member of various professional associations. She presents at continuing legal education seminars and programs. She is active in and maintains memberships in collaborative professional groups, including Collaborative Professionals of Washington (CPW) and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP).
Ms. Laycoe helped establish the George and Donald Simpson American Inn of Court in southwest Washington and previously served on the local county Superior Court Bench Bar Committee. She has volunteered in the community and has supported numerous causes and charitable organizations. She has been recognized with the following honors and awards:
- Vancouver Rotary Club, Rotarian of the Year, 2010;
- Clark County Bar Association, Ken Weber Community Service Award, 2003;
- Vancouver Business Journal, Accomplished and Under 40 Award, 2002;
- Vancouver Rotary Club, Rookie Rotarian of the Year, 2002; and
- City of Vancouver and Vancouver National Historic Reserve Trust, General George C. Marshall Public Leadership Award, 2000.
Ms. Laycoe resides in southwest Washington with her husband and two children.
For more information, please visit her divorce practice website.