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Law Offices of Julie M. Herber - Arlington, WA

106 East Gilman Avenue Arlington, WA 98223

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Updated: 01/20/2022

Arlington Divorce Law Firm


Julie M. Herber is an experienced trial attorney and has been serving clients in Western Washington for 19 years. Julie is strongly dedicated to achieving the best result for each of her clients, using her extensive experience, knowledge and legal skills.

Fees and Consultations$275.00 hourly rate
Paralegals with more than 5 years of experience bill at $150.00 per hour
The first half hour of the first consultation is free
Our standard advance fee deposit in family law cases is $5,000...

About Law Offices of Julie M. Herber

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Robbins, Hook & Whitmer, 1992
  • Robbins & Whitmer, 1994
  • Timothy C. Robbins, P.S., 1994
  • Robbins & Herber, 1997

Practice Areas

  • Divorce


  • 75%

Pro Bono Activities

  • Member, Rotary Club of Everett Port Gardner
  • Member, Board of Directors, Healing the Children, Oregon and Western Washington Chapter



Office Information


106 East Gilman Avenue Arlington, WA 98223


  • 425-645-8383

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