Chloe V. Nichol
Chloe practices family law with a focus on complex property and parenting issues.
Chloe’s experience analyzing closely held businesses, commercial real property, interstate property interests, stock options, restricted stock units, and retirement assets enables her to identify, characterize, and value complex and high-value assets for her clients. Chloe is experienced in litigating and negotiating property distribution, spousal maintenance, parenting, and child support to resolve her client’s family law matter. Her experience includes post-decree disputes regarding child support and spousal maintenance.
Chloe’s experience includes marital dissolutions with high-conflict parenting issues, post-decree parenting disputes, child relocation disputes, parenting plan enforcement, and parenting plan modifications. With a combination of compassion and tenacious advocacy, Chloe litigates and negotiates her client’s complex parenting issues.
Chloe’s experience representing domestic violence survivors enables her to understand the complicated nature of domestic violence and the impact it has on families. Her work with domestic violence survivors includes obtaining protection orders, restraining orders, and processing family law matters in which domestic violence affects parenting.
With experience in trial, motions practice, mediation, and arbitration, Chloe is a skilled advocate both in and out of the courtroom. Recognizing the life-changing affect a family law matter will have, Chloe provides clear, thoughtful advice personalized to her client’s needs and goals.
Chloe is licensed in Washington, Oregon (currently inactive), and California.
J.D. Seattle University
B.A., English – Western Washington University
Memberships and recognition
Selected to Super Lawyers Rising Stars for 2020
Washington Bar Association Family Law Section
King County Bar Association Family Law Section