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Michael V. Regeimbal

Robert P. McDonald

Saphhronia Young

Our Staff

Saphronia Young

Law Practice

Saphronia Young has been litigating since earning her Juris Doctor in Law from the University Of Missouri School Of Law at Kansas City in 1992, where she was a technical editor of the law review. Mrs. Young earned the American Jurisprudence prize in her third year of law school. Mrs. Young gained general civil litigation experience in four different jurisdictions; Missouri, Kansas, Alaska, and Washington. She also practiced pro hac vice for two years in New Jersey, focusing on lien litigation.

Mrs. Young represents clients from every spectrum and perspective, including employers and employees, real estate buyers and sellers, bond claimants and sureties, owners and general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, claimants and insurance carriers, architects, and engineers.

Her experience in multi-party, complex litigation has given her the capability to manage all phases of contract transactional work and litigation, including familiarity with federal government bid, bond, TINA and other contracting regulations.

In addition to education and work experience, Mrs. Young is very involved with her family. She is married to a music teacher/ choir director. She lives with her three children and cat in Federal Way, Washington. Mrs. Young is an involved member of the Saltwater Unitarian Universalist Church in Des Moines, WA. She also enjoys reading, traveling, swimming, and occasional rock hunting.

Practice Areas

Real Estate
Fidelity and Surety Bonds
Business Litigation
Employment Law
Contract Negotiation
Bench and Jury Trials
Board Hearings and Appeals at both the State and Federal Levels
Estate Planning
Elder Law


  • Graduate of University Of Missouri
    Juris Doctor in Law, 1992
  • Graduate University Of Kansas
    Bachelor's Degree In Geology

Bar Admissions

Federal Court of Claims
Washington State Bar Association
King County Bar Association

Community Involvement

Certified Mediator with the King County InterLocal conflict resolution program (2009) Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service training (40 hours) September, 2005 American Arbitration Association mediator training for construction (40 hours) May, 2005