Ashley M. Raymond

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Ashley M. Raymond is a Senior Attorney at Dellino Family Law Group. As a divorced mother with two young children, Ashley relates to her clients on a deeply personal level. Her goal is to empower her clients to confront the issues at hand, regardless of how difficult or unpleasant, with their future best interests in mind. She strives to avoid conflict with the opposing party as much as possible, but focuses on preparing cases for the best outcome, if the need for litigation arises.

My Approach

I want to ensure that my clients have no regrets; that they get what they’re entitled to and what they deserve. The divorce process can be overwhelming and emotionally draining. However, the results of the divorce process will impact my clients’ lives indefinitely, sometimes long after they have healed emotionally. Therefore, it’s imperative that we pay attention to every detail to guarantee the best results, as they enter this new chapter of life.

Drawing from practical experience, I devise parenting plans that consider each family’s specific dynamics, while providing structure and stability for the children. I am particularly knowledgeable in negotiating parenting plans involving children with special medical, educational, and emotional needs.


I have an advanced legal degree in tax law and prior experience in accounting. This knowledge has allowed me to excel in resolving complex property division cases involving closely-held businesses. I understands the importance of communicating complicated financial matters in a simplified format that the court can understand, and I pride myself on my attention to detail.

About Me

When I am not refereeing arguments between my young son and daughter, I enjoy yoga, photography, and cheering on my beloved Washington Huskies.

Recent Blog Posts

Served with a Divorce Filing in Washington State? Avoid Costly Mistakes!
  Getting served with a divorce filing can be an ugly surprise or just upsetting, even if you knew it was coming. That being said, it’s important to keep in mind that every situation is different, and you should seek legal advice specific to your case.  Here are a few top things to avoid doing ...
Keep the Kids Out of It! Take it From the Kardashian-Wests.
Be your other parent’s biggest cheerleader – even when things are tough between you. Divorce for children is one of the hardest things a person can go through. Whether you want the divorce or not, disentangling yourself from the other party will never fully happen while you have children together. Accept and embrace this because ...
Three Ways People Lose Custody of Their Children!
There is lots of talk about things to do to make your custody case better, but let’s talk about what you can do to destroy it. These are the “don’ts“ to keep in mind if you are heading into this kind of dangerous territory. First, are obvious things people know like do not physically abuse ...
Child Support is Overwhelming – Leave it to Your Legal Team!
Many people think establishing child support is going to be a nightmare. You think this is going to be the thing that causes the most friction between you and your ex. You do not know how you are going to ever get them to pay. You do not know how much money they make. Where ...
Getting Started with Financials in Divorce
Financials are one of the most hotly contested parts of a divorce. Financial issues are often a big part of why a marriage fails so this should come as no surprise. You can get a jump on the stressful process of unraveling your financial picture by gathering the following financials in advance of starting your ...
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Helpful and knowledgeable – a great lawyer!
Michelle and the team got me and my boyfriend through a new parenting plan and child support modification with much less stress and cost than we anticipated. the other party was making things tough at times but when we hired Michelle she stepped in and handled the whole thing and we got what we wanted. ...