Welcome to the Team Darren!

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Darren DeFrance is the newest addition to the Goldberg Jones team of Seattle divorce attorneys. We are excited to welcome Darren to our Seattle office.

With a wide breadth of experience, Darren will be a valuable asset to our clients. Having worked as a prosecutor, Darren has hands on experience navigating jury trials, dealing with issues regarding harassment, stalking and other criminal charges, as well as other issues that can arise in family law cases.

Darren’s desire to help men facing divorce stems from the personal experience of watching someone close to him go through a challenging divorce. He witnessed firsthand both the arduous divorce process and the long lasting effects of decisions made during divorce. This experience compelled Darren to become an advocate and resource for men facing family law issues.

His approach to practicing family law hinges on communication. Darren understands the importance of listening to his clients and educating them on how their personal circumstances will affect their case. Darren staunchly believes that every case is unique and it is imperative to be aggressive, but remain empathetic to his clients.

Our managing attorney Ken Alan, commented on Darren joining the team saying, “Darren is dedicated to aggressively pursuing justice and he has a sharp legal mind. His experience as a prosecutor definitely adds a unique perspective and skill set that will be invaluable to our clients.”

DeFrance earned his Juris Doctor degree from the University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law. He completed his undergraduate education from the University of California, Davis where earned both a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology.

When Darren isn’t in the office or the courtroom, he can be found exploring the great outdoors or enjoying almost any sport. He also enjoys reading —particularly historical biographies.

 

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