About Attorney Maureen Wickert

Selecting counsel is a serious decision and must be based on trust. My goal is to address the needs of a client, discuss the pros and cons of options, and explain the impact of decisions going forward. My approach is to take a top down view with client about their issues. Then, clients can departmentalize and prioritize tasks as a way forward to a resolution.

My roots are here in Washington as a Washington native. Outside of serving my clients, I enjoy cooking, hiking with my husband, playing with my Bernese Mountain Dogs, sailing, travelling, and road trips. Besides sailing the beautiful waters of Puget Sound, my adventures have taken me offshore from Seattle to San Francisco and as crew captain on S/V Andiamo III in the Pacific Cup Race sailing from San Francisco, CA to Kaneohe, HI.

Voted as a Finalist in the Best Attorney/Law Firm category in Tukwila's Tukwila Reporter between 2015-2019.
Voted in 2013 and 2014 as Best Attorney/Law Firm in Tukwila's Tukwila Reporter.

Member of Washington State Bar Association (WSBA) and the following WSBA Sections:

• Elder Law
• Real Property, Probate, and Trusts

Past member of WSBA's Rule 6 Law Clerk Board

Member of King County Bar Association (KCBA) and the following KCBA Sections:

• Real Property, Probate and Trusts
• Guardianship and Elder Law

Member of National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys

Member of Washington Academy of Elder Law Attorneys

Board Member of Washington Academy of Elder Law Attorneys

Volunteer Activities:

• WSBA's Washington Will Clinic (Counsel and prepare estate planning documents for first responders.)
• KCBA's Neighborhood Elder Law Legal Clinic in Kent

Click to read: “Can Giving Up the Keys be Empowering?” Bulletin, King County Medical Society, Co-authored by Maureen Wickert and Nicole Li, July/Aug 2013, Vol 92., No. 4.