Callie Getty

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Callie Getty is a Senior Attorney at Dellino Law Group. Callie’s practice focuses on family and domestic relations matters, including divorce, parenting plan and child support issues, as well as post-decree matters such as modifications.

Callie embodies the perfect combination of experience, compassion, and strong advocacy. Prior to joining Dellino Law Group, Callie was a partner at another local family law firm. As a Senior Attorney at DLG, there is not a situation she has not seen and cannot tackle. Whether she is advocating for a client in trial for a high conflict case or negotiating a smart settlement in mediation, her clients know she keeps their best interests at the forefront of her strategy. Her compassionate yet no-nonsense approach makes her who you want on your side when what matters most to you is at stake.

My Approach

My interest in family law comes from my upbringing in a large, blended family. This has led to the firm belief that while a divorce or separation may be the hardest time in a person’s life, a strong, compassionate advocate who will be steadfast in their representation can make all the difference. I strive to be that advocate for each and every one of my clients.


As a native Northwesterner, I grew up in the Seattle-area before heading slightly south to the University of Oregon to obtain my undergraduate degree. I returned to Seattle to attend Seattle University School of Law, and graduated in 2015.

Outside of the office, I enjoy spending time with my family, especially outdoors. In the winter, I like to spend weekends at Crystal Mountain with my husband and two children (one human child & one 90 lb. doodle). And in the summer, I love soaking up Vitamin D wherever and whenever possible to store for the long NW winters.

Recent Blog Posts

OK, We Are Divorced. How Do We Support Our Kids?
Having divorced parents can be the very best or one of the very worst things for your children. It’s not often that there’s an in-between. The good news is that you and your former spouse largely control what experience your children have. The good parts of divorce for children. Often when people are in a ...
Creating the Right Parenting Plan for Your Family is Crucial
If you are going through divorce or separation, you might be wondering what your parenting plan should look like. You may even wonder what a parenting plan is! A parenting plan is the court order that sets forth where your children will be and when. There are temporary and final plans, each serving different needs. A parenting plan ...
Top 3 Common Big Divorce Mistakes To Avoid
When it comes to divorce, there are some mistakes that people make which can be undone. On the other hand, the saying goes that you can’t un-ring a bell and certain mistakes function like an alarm going off and represent a bell that can never be silenced. Avoid these common mistakes and you will find ...
Gray Divorce
The “gray divorce“ term is coined for the notion that older or “gray-haired” people are getting divorced in a way they never were before. This typically refers to those in their late 50s or 60s. You might have heard the term but understanding the complexity behind these divorces is another story. Divorce amongst baby boomers ...
Top 9 “Tough Topics” Couples Should Discuss Before Tying the Knot
Wedding season is well underway! Maybe you are in the throws of planning your own wedding, or maybe you are counting your blessings that you are not wedding planning as you sift through your friends’ registries and wedding websites. Maybe you are attending multiple weddings this summer and taking bets about which marriages will survive… ...
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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. ...