Jenny Anderson, Attorney
Jenny is a Seattle native and earned both her BA and JD from the University of Washington. She studied child development as part of her undergraduate work, and she brings that foundation to all of her work with children and families. In addition to her law practice, Jenny is an adjunct faculty member at Seattle University School of Law, where she has taught family law and domestic violence practice skills. She is also a founding member and the 2014-15 Chair of the Low Bono Section of the Washington State Bar Association, serves as a mentor attorney with Eastside Legal Assistance Program, and volunteers at the King County Bar Association Domestic Violence Family Law Clinic.
Jenny has experience as a domestic violence victim advocate, so she has an in-depth understanding of the specific challenges that domestic violence victims face. She is dedicated to helping domestic violence victims and their children escape the cycle of violence and live freely and safely. She also recognizes that allegations of domestic violence may be used abusively, and is committed to assisting those who may be wrongly accused of domestic violence.
When Jenny isn’t crusading on behalf of her clients, she enjoys spending time with her family (including pets). She also fosters dogs for a local pet rescue and enjoys swimming, reading, and cooking.
Evangeline Stratton, Attorney
Prior to joining Anderson, York & Stratton as a partner, Evangeline practiced for five years as a solo family law attorney. She opened her practice in 2011, after being admitted to the Washington State Bar in November of 2010. Evangeline graduated from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota, and completed her final year at Seattle University School of Law. While in law school, Evangeline also earned her Masters in Gender and Women's Studies at Minnesota State University, through a unique dual degree program.
Evangeline focuses on serving clients who are survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. She brings to her practice 17 years of experience advocating for and representing survivors. Evangeline represents clients in their petitions for domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking orders for protection, as well as in administrative proceedings at colleges and universities, and in their family law matters.
Providing low bono accessible legal services is a priority for Evangeline. She continues her commitment to service through a number of King County Bar Association volunteer programs, Legal Voice policy workshop membership, and service on the Eastside Legal Assistance Program board of directors.
Daniel York, Attorney
Dan is originally from Texas and has adopted the Pacific Northwest as his home. He is a former Marine and Iraq veteran. He graduated magna cum laude from Texas Tech University with a BS in Human Development, and obtained his law degree from the University of Houston Law Center.
Dan is dedicated to helping people facing seemingly insurmountable situations, with a focus on aggressive and calculated litigation in the areas of family law, employment, and personal injury. Dan also assists domestic violence victims in numerous areas of the law, including family, immigration, and civil litigation. He has spoken on the topics of civil rights and setting up a solo practice.
Dan serves as a mentor to the attorneys in Seattle University's Low Bono Incubator Program and is a member of the King County Bar Association, the Low Bono Section of the Washington State Bar Association, and the Employment Law Section of the Washington State Bar Association.
In his free time, Dan enjoys going to concerts, writing, and playing with his dog, George.