Dale L. Raugust

Dale L. Raugust

Dale Raugust was born and raised in eastern Washington. He grew up on the family farm near Garfield, Washington, attended Washington State University where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. in history in 1973, Gonzaga University School of Law where he received his law degree in 1976, and Eastern Washington University where he received a M.A. in history in 1990. After working for the Colville Confederated Tribes as their Prosecutor for 14 months, he set up his private practice in Spokane, Washington. Dale started his practice in real estate law, bankruptcy and family law but over the years his practice became more highly concentrated in the area of family law and personal injury. He has mediated many family law cases and founded the Spokane collaborative law group and has advocated for years the removal of family law from the adversary system. In 2001, he formed Raugust and Hahn, PLLC, with Robert C. Hahn, III. Dale has been married since 1981 and has two grown children. In his free time he enjoys golf, spending time with his family, writing and reading.

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Website: www.raugust-hahn.com

Articles and Video:

The Spiritual Aspects Of Collaborative Law (05/01/12)
The good news is that within the last few years there has been an explosion of new approaches to the resolution of conflict within the family. The adversary system is now regarded by most far sighted individuals as an outdated and ineffective method for resolving conflicts within the family. Most of the time the adversary system makes the problem worse, as the members of the family are forced to talk trash about the other member to “win” their case and obtain custody of the children or a better financial settlement. One new method of dispute resolution is collaborative law.