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Mackenzie J. Sorich, Founder

University of Nebraska - Order of the Barristers - J.D.

University of Southern California- B.A.

Mackenzie Sorich is the owner and managing attorney of View Ridge Family Law & Estate Planning, which was formerly known as the Law Offices of Mackenzie Sorich, PLLC, a Seattle based family law and estate planning practice. She is experienced in handling complex family law litigation, probate and estate planning. 

Her family law experience is wide ranging from wills & trusts, dissolution of marriage to adoption, termination of parental rights, community property separation agreements, CPS appeals, probate and everything in-between. Mackenzie enjoys helping families rebuild through family disputes, plan for the future by creating comprehensive estate plans and navigate transitions through probate.

Mackenzie is dedicated to providing her clients thoughtful, compassionate, solution-based representation.  She has worked tirelessly for more than a 15 years to protect the interests of children and families in the Seattle, King and Snohomish County area.

In addition to directly serving clients, Mackenzie also enjoys training and mentoring new attorneys. In association with the University of Washington & Office of Civil Legal Aid, Mackenzie mentors and trains attorneys who represent legally free children.  She has also supervised Seattle University and UW law students in clinical practice.

Volunteer & Community Work

  • Volunteer With Junior League Of Seattle

  • Snohomish County Unified Family Court volunteer,  past

  • Snohomish County Table of Ten court improvement committee member, past

  • King County Family Treatment Court Attorney, past

  • Treehouse and Amara volunteer, past

  • Title 26 Guardian ad Litem in King and Snohomish Counties, past

Publications & Presentations

  • GPSOLO, Addressing the Overuse of Psychotropic Medications on Dependent Children, March/April 2017

  • Presenter, "Dependency 101"

  • "Estate Planning Tips with Mackenzie Sorich," Laurelhurst & Windermere Living Magazine