Betsy Crumb’s practice focuses on family law, including dissolutions, child custody, modifications, and child support. She has a focus on assisting domestic violence victims with family law needs.
Betsy was educated at the University of Mary Washington, where she majored in Journalism and Women’s Studies. She started out her career as a newspaper journalist and then moved to the non- profit world where she helped women who wanted to start their own businesses by assisting with microloans, business planning, and consulting during all phases of starting or growing a business. Her passion for gender advocacy led her to Vermont Law School, where she found her calling helping families and domestic violence victims during times of crisis.
On a personal note…
In her free time, Betsy enjoys running half marathons, hiking, and creating sugary (prize-winning!) confections.
Betsy volunteered for the King County Bar Association in its Family Law Mentor Program in 2012.
She currently volunteers with the King County Bar Association’s Neighborhood Legal Clinics and as Court Appointed Special Advocate with Family Law CASA.