About Lauber Dancey, PLLC
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Our Legal Team
Ms. Lauber graduated from Seattle University School of Law with a strong commitment to serving social justice and the public interest. During school, she participated in the Ronald Peterson Law Clinic’s Predatory Lending program where she assisted homeowners in fighting banks to keep their homes during the economic downturn. She also volunteered with Multifaith Works, a community organization dedicated to the de-stimatization and support of individuals living with HIV and AIDS. After graduation, Ms. Lauber was hired by a downtown Seattle firm where she learned bankruptcy law and met Ms. Dancey and saw the potential for important advocacy in debt relief services for folks struggling to find their financial stability. Now, an experienced debt negotiator, and bankruptcy practitioner, Ms. Lauber believes deeply in resolving issues of access to legal services and is proud to provide low-bono and sliding scale services through the firm. The Lauber Dancey firm is positioned to give you the most compassionate advocacy in the attorney marketplace. Relief is a phone call away.
Bar Number: 44099
Seattle University School of Law
Juris Doctor, 2011
Ms. Dancey has been an advocate for clients for more than 20 years. She is licensed to practice in both Washington and Georgia. Her experience includes family law, bankruptcy law, traffic citations and arbitration. Ms. Dancey focuses her practice on discovering the needs of her clients and working with them to craft a plan to resolve their case quickly and affordably. She has experience arguing before the court at trial, negotiating with bankruptcy Trustees, and working with banks, credit card companies, auto finance companies, utilities and other creditors. She is a strong advocate for her clients. Her goal is a successful resolution of her client’s cases and she works tirelessly on their behalf.
Ms. Dancey graduated from Washington State University and studied law at Seattle University. She has a military family background and has lived in many unique locales including Adak, Alaska, and Reykjavik, Iceland. She is an accomplished SCUBA diver in both cold and tropical waters. She is married to a local high-tech entrepreneur and has one daughter.
Bar Number: 23817
Seattle University School of Law
Juris Doctor, 1994
Aaron Everett has spent his life as an advocate. In college, Aaron volunteered to help low-income individuals get health benefits and housing. He then worked as a case manager in King County Drug Court, where he negotiated with housing providers, state and federal social service programs, and a team of attorneys, prosecutors, and judges. The experience was rewarding, but he felt he could do more as an attorney.
In 2011, Aaron graduated from Seattle University School of Law, Magna Cum Laude. He immediately went to work as a law clerk and bailiff in King County Superior Court, where he learned how to frame the best arguments for judges, how juries interpret evidence and make decisions, and why some lawyers are more successful than others. Now, in private practice, Aaron has continued his commitment to helping individuals who are caught up in the legal system. His practice emphasizes misdemeanor defense, probation violations, debt negotiation, and family law.
Aaron is a life-long resident of the Pacific Northwest. As such, he enjoys hiking, playing guitar, and spoiling the family dog.
Jacques LeJeune completed his undergraduate studies in global diplomacy at Lousiana State University, graduating in 2008 with high honors. In 2011, he graduated magna cum laude from Seattle University School of Law, and immediately went to work for the Snohomish County Prosecutor’s Office, gaining courtroom experience every day. Once he made the move to private law, he has found himself primarily occupied in traffic infractions, criminal defense, and contract disputes. In the criminal realm, he represents accused persons at the misdemeanor, felony, and appellate levels. His practice also includes expunging criminal arrest records, vacating criminal convictions, and restoring firearm rights. He is proficient in French and Russian. In his spare time, he is a singer, writer, and fitness enthusiast.
Lisa has been a litigation legal assistant/paralegal in the Puget Sound region for over 25 years. She has worked in the field of family law, bankruptcy, civil litigation, construction litigation, commercial litigation and malpractice defense. Lisa’s experiences have given her a thorough working knowledge of the local and State court rules, electronic filing at both the State and Federal Court levels, as well as the areas of discovery, drafting documents, deposition setting, editing and proofreading, file organization, client maintenance and trial preparation. Lisa’s excellent, can do attitude and empathetic approach to all clients is what makes her an excellent advocate for clients.
Janna is a Washington native, born and raised in Snohomish, WA. After high school Janna embarked on a very rewarding career in the Navy as an Intelligence Specialist stationed in San Diego, CA. It was there she met her husband and began her next journey as a mom of three boys. She moved her family to Arlington, WA so her children could have the same quality of life she experienced growing up in Snohomish. As the children got older and more self-sufficient she worked as a Para-Educator with the Arlington School District for three years covering grades pre-school through High School and specializing in high needs students. She also organized, managed, and provided accounting for 3 Book Fairs yearly over an 8 year period generating over $100,000 in profits as chairperson for the Arlington School District. Janna is a dedicated professional, ready to take on the responsibilities to get the job done. Janna is an approachable, team player, and a trusted member of our team. Janna is our face and voice to the public and carries the responsibility with pride. We are very fortunate to have her and take pride in her being your first experience with Lauber and Dancey.