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Anna Othman Commits to Protect Fathers' Rights in Seattle

SEATTLE, Nov. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Goldberg Jones is proud to announce that Anna Othman has joined our ranks as a family law attorney. For more than four years, Anna has been working with Goldberg Jones to further the rights of men and fathers in the Puget Sound area. She has unfailingly demonstrated a deep understanding of family law, and a remarkable commitment to clients through various roles during her tenure at Goldberg Jones.

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Anna has been instrumental in supporting the Goldberg Jones team and invaluable in assisting top attorneys on challenging and complicated cases —her diverse legal experience has made her an agile litigator.

Combined with a breadth and depth of experience, Anna's tenacity and commitment to clients make her a valuable resource for men and fathers facing family law issues. Goldberg Jones managing attorney Ken Alan commented, "I have seen Anna's legal career evolve over the past four years, and we couldn't be more pleased to have such an aggressive and compassionate attorney serving our clients."

Anna earned her Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from the University of Washington Foster Business School. Her legal education was completed at Seattle University School of Law where she was awarded a Juris Doctorate.

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