ABOUT US





HANSEN LAW GROUP
DIVORCE AND FAMILY LAW

Craig Jonathan Hansen is a divorce attorney with twenty years of experience in family law.  He serves clients in King and Snohomish Counties, and focuses primarily on divorce and family law.

Experience

He has tried cases in both counties, from motions on the family law calendar, to trials and appellate work.  That level of experience, won over time, gives him invaluable experience in knowing what works (and what doesn’t).   As his reviews show, he knows the system and wins cases. He is an Eagle member of the  Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ), and of both the King County Bar Association and the Snohomish County Bar Association.


EXPERIENCE WINS CASES

When you are in a fight, an attorney who has had the fight before, can make all the difference in how your case turns out. Craig Hansen has twenty years fighting and winning divorce cases. If you want experience on your side in court, call Hansen Law Group.

TRIAL EXPERIENCE

Craig Hansen is in court, on the motions calendar, almost every week; and has five to six trials a year. He has a good idea, from twenty years of hard fought cases in Snohomish and King County courts, what a court might do in your case. Call him and ask him!

COMMUNICATION, COMMUNICATION!

Craig Hansen believes in working with his clients. He gets in early, works late, and returns phone calls and emails promptly. If you are looking for an attorney who communicates with you, call Hansen Law Group.

ADVOCATE, COUNSEL, FIGHT

Hansen’s role is to be your advocate; and your attorney; but he is also your counselor. He does not fight just to bill the hours. His mission is winning your case – but it is also to give you straight, honest advice. If you want straight talk, Craig Hansen is your attorney.

BACKGROUND

Craig Jonathan Hansen earned a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of the State of New York. He earned an MBA from Pacific Lutheran University. He graduated cum laude from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1995. He retired from the U.S. Army and Army Reserve as an officer, after twenty years of service. He is an Eagle member of the Washington Associate for Justice (WSAJ), and the King County and Snohomish County Bar Associations.