Alton B. McFadden went to law school at night, while working full time as a supervisor in a Fortune 500 company. He graduated magna cum laude from Seattle University School of Law in 1998. However, he had been litigating cases prior to graduation, as a legal intern Prosecutor for the cities of Bainbridge Island and Poulsbo.
If you need an aggressive attorney who is willing to fight for you, then Alton may well be the attorney you are looking for. Alton is an experienced litigator who regularly takes cases to trial to get his clients justice. Alton aggressively litigates a variety of cases, including:
Tribal/Indian Court Cases
Alton’s aggressive approach has resulted in the State of Washington paying over $48,000 in costs and fees to one of his clients after the State lost the Domestic Violence-Assault case. The jury found that not only was the Defendant not guilty of assault, but he had lawfully used self-defense.
Alton's scope of practice even includes argument before the Washington Supreme Court where he prevailed against the State, helping to preserve our privacy rights. You can watch his oral argument here: http://www.tvw.org/index.php?option=com_tvwplayer&eventID=2013090004A
Alton is licensed to practice in Washington State and admitted to practice before the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribal Court and the Suquamish Tribal Court.
In his free time, Alton is an avid outdoorsman. He spends as much time as he can fly fishing and bird hunting over a good portion of the west, including Arizona (quail), California (chukar), Oregon (chukar, quail and pheasant), Montana (pheasant and sharp-tail grouse) and Washington (pheasant, quail, chukar, ruffed grouse, and forest grouse). He has two dogs: a German Shorthair Pointer named Max, whose first season in the field was 2000, and a German Wirehair Pointer named Sassy, whose first season in the field was 2010. Alton also shoots sporting clays as often as he can at the Bremerton Sportsmen’s club.
Lastly, but not the least, Alton is married to the love of his life, Kristy.
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Steve Olsen has been practicing law in Washington since 1979. He has been a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, Special Prosecutor, City Prosecutor, and Interim City Attorney. He has been a criminal defense attorney for over 20 years.
Steve is a Superior Court Arbitrator and Guardian ad Litem. He has been a District Court and Municipal Court Judge Pro Tem for over 20 years. He is a past-president of the Kitsap and Jefferson County Bar Associations.
Steve has been a volunteer mediator at Kitsap Dispute Resolution Center for over 15 years. He is also a co-instructor at the Kitsap DRC. Steve is a member of the Washington Mediation Association and has mediated many cases in his practice.
Steve also practices Collaborative Law. He is a member of Collaborative Law Northwest, the International Association of Collaborative Practitioners, and the Kitsap County Collaborative Law Association.
Steve's extensive trial and appellate experience, in addition to his experience as a mediator and Collaborative Law practitioner, provides clients with many options to resolve their disputes.
Steve's general practice includes:
Wills and Probate
Steve is an active community member. In addition to his work with the Kitsap Dispute Resolution Center, he also volunteers his time and services to Kitsap Legal Services, Kitsap Search & Rescue, and Boy Scouts.
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Representing clients in Kitsap, and Jefferson Counties since 1992
Amanda joined Olsen & McFadden as a Legal Assistant in 2012. She also took over as the office’s bookkeeper in 2013.
Amanda graduated cum laude from Everest University in 2012 with an Associate’s Degree in Paralegal Studies.
In her free time, Amanda enjoys taking family vacations with her husband, Joe, and daughter, Alexis.
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