June Shin Weppler is a graduate of Seattle University School of Law in 2000 and University of Washington School of Law in 2003, receiving J.D. and LL.M in Tax respectively. She was admitted to practice in Washington State in 2000.
She began her career in the tax department of a large accounting firm in Seattle, laying a foundation for her tax and estate planning practice. In the past, she represented businesses and individuals in a wide variety of civil matters involving tax, business, real estate, construction, immigration, probate, and estate planning in Olympia. Since 2016, her practice has been limited to what she finds most fulfilling: collaborative law, estate planning, elder law and probate.
June is a staunch believer in collaborative approach in resolving family law issues. As a trained collaborative divorce attorney, she is able to offer collaborative divorce as an alternative to traditional litigation.
She is a member of the Washington State Bar (family law section), the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP), Collaborative Professionals of Washington, and Pierce County Collaborative Law. She is a founding member of the Collaborative Professionals of Thurston County.
She is also passionate about serving the needs of families and seniors in the area of Elder and Disability Law. Her Elder Law practices includes Estate Planning, Probate and Trust Administration, and Medicaid Planning and other Life Care Planning issues. She is a VA accredited attorney and a member of National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.
As a former military spouse, she knows first hand their sacrifices and challenges. She is familiar with legal issues affecting the active and retired members of the military and their families.
She speaks fluent Korean and conversant in German. When she is not chauffeuring her two children, she enjoys volunteering at Thurston County Volunteer Legal Services and the Dispute Resolution Center in Thurston County.
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