Norman L. Margullis
Attorney, Mediator, Arbitrator
Since 1979, Norm Margullis has guided families in crisis through the legal system, providing representation, mediation services, and family law counsel during difficult transitions. His expertise gives clients access to the law as it pertains to divorce, child custody and support, legal separation, and other family issues.
As a trained mediator, Norm's approach to law enables parties to minimize emotional and financial damage by cooperating with one another to make the choices that will impact their futures, rather than leaving those decisions in the hands of the court. An expert in family law issues, Norm has presented at educational seminars dealing with family law practice.
Norm has also volunteered his time pro bono in support of the community through the former Pierce County Center for Dispute Resolution (now Center for Dialog and Resolution), the Tacoma City Ballet Board of Trustees, as an Advisor to RCW Chapter 26 Guardian ad Litems, and as a trainer of Guardian ad Litems for Custody Evaluations.
Now enjoying "semi" retirement, Norm has limited his practice to serving as a mediator and arbitrator for families throughout the Puget Sound area and beyond.
University of Puget Sound Law, JD, 1978
University of Washington, BS, Psychology, 1975
Training in Mediation and Collaborative Law
Washington State Bar Association
Pierce County Bar Association
Washington State Association for Justice
Collaborative Law Association
International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
Collaborative Professionals of Washington