Carol Bailey, a Seattle divorce attorney and mediator is the founder and Managing Partner of Integrative Family Law. Carol brings a unique perspective to the practice of law advocating amicable resolution of family law and divorce matters. Her perspective comes from almost three decades of representing men, women, and children as a Guardian ad Litem in complex divorce and family law cases. She also has real life experience, having been amicably divorced, a single mom for seven years, remarried, and then blending two families including four children. Carol is also an adjunct professor of law at Seattle University School of Law, has been a member of the Harvard University Kennedy School's Women's Leadership Board and is a writer about relationships and happiness. She welcomes your comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carol Bailey, divorce mediator and author of Easing Congressional Gridlock, discussed how to mend lawmakers' relationships with Gov. Jon Huntsman on No Labels Radio. Click here to listen to the interview that was recorded on February 4, 2014.
An exasperated electorate is watching the gridlock. A playful, yet serious, manifestation of the resulting frustration is the pamphlet that my dear friend, Seattle divorce lawyer Carol Bailey, published recently and distributed to members of Congress in situ herself. Click here to watch the interview on KING-5 News.
An exasperated electorate is watching the gridlock. A playful, yet serious, manifestation of the resulting frustration is the pamphlet that my dear friend, Seattle divorce lawyer Carol Bailey, published recently and distributed to members of Congress in situ herself. Read the complete article from Yanis Varoufakis here.
Article by Patty Payne in the Puget Sound Business Journal, Jan 17, 2014. Read the complete article here..
Dana Bush interviewed Carol Bailey on January 15, 2014 for CNN's Situation Room. Watch the video here.
ABC's Jeff Zeleny interviewed Carol on January 13, 2014 in Washington DC for "The Fine Print". Read the interview and watch the video here.
Carol Bailey has handled family disputes for decades in her work as a lawyer at Seattle’s Integrative Family Law, and she’s applying her vocation to ease Washington’s gridlock. Read more at Politico.com
Carol Bailey is interviewed for the Mark and Dave Show about her project to Ease Congressional Gridlock. Listen to the interview here. Thanks to AM 860 / KPAM Radio for the clip.
How are you starting the fresh new year? Attorney Carol Bailey, founder and principal of Seattle-based Integrative Family Law, has tackled a major project. She has created a website and brochure that she hopes will provide Congress “with specific tools to leave the negativity and discord of the past, in the past.”Read More at the Puget Sound Business Journal
Contact: Mary Schilder 206-218-3754
Will Offer Congressional Members 10 Tips She Uses Daily To Help Families Successfully Overcome Bitter Fighting
Seattle/Washington, D.C. Can one person make a difference in Washington D.C. to help our United States family? Seattle mediator and family law attorney Carol Bailey is going to find out as she embarks on a mission to help members of the U.S. Congress stop acting like a dysfunctional married couple who are neglecting their children’s needs. January 13-15, 2014, Carol and her husband, Seattle surgeon Steve Medwell, head to D.C. to deliver a booklet of 10 tips to every single Congressional member on changing the conversations from bickering to solving the national family’s problems. (full booklet here: http://easingcongressionalgridlock.com).
This quest is not on behalf of any special interest or political party: just a pair of citizens with the knowledge and resources to help Congress get back on a positive path to progress. Carol is an expert in helping people resolve conflict. She has helped hundreds of families over the last 20-plus years stop the fighting and come to agreement, when agreeing seemed impossible. She founded Integrative Family Law in Seattle, a firm with a unique philosophy of considering the long-term well-being of the family, instead of just their short-term legal strategy.
“I spend my days helping couples communicate to solve real life problems,” explained Carol, “I can’t avoid seeing the hallmarks of a dysfunctional marriage in the current Congress: tiresome bickering while neglecting the needs of the family. It was great news Congress came to an agreement on a budget, but 2013 was a tough year. I want to inspire members to seize the momentum and set a new tone for 2014.”
In addition to building a successful law practice to help families, Carol is a blogger and writer, an occasional radio show host about happiness, and she developed an innovative law school curriculum taught at Seattle University School of Law teaching students to practice law in a positive, non-conflicting manner.
To read the full booklet visit http://easingcongressionalgridlock.com.
To schedule an interview with Carol contact Mary Schilder at 206-218-3754 or email@example.com.