Stephanie Guarin | Divorce Strategies NW

Stephanie Guarin

Co-Founder | Executive Vice President


Stephanie Guarin’s understanding of how finances, property valuation, and tax issues are impacted by dissolution is rooted in her education and pragmatic experience. Her decades of success in business development, working in corporate sales, legal, tax and financial consulting firms give her a keen ability to advise our clients wisely and with aplomb. Stephanie’s depth of knowledge, combined with her holistic perspective on the complexities of finance and family business makes her an asset in any transition.

It’s truly an irony that divorce requires some of the most impactful, major financial decisions of your life be made under tremendous personal duress. The storm of divorce combines important financial decisions, dramatic personal pressures, quick turn-around, and often very little professional guidance and considerations of the long-term consequences. 

Stephanie’s experience gives her an ability to competently advise our clients with a cool head, insight and forethought, into current and future fiscal needs. Her calm wisdom under pressure, depth of knowledge with financial complexities and unflappable professionalism make her a valuable resource on your team.


Prior to joining Divorce Strategies Northwest, Stephanie served as a Broker/Partner at Royal Commercial Corporation and was also a Human Resource Manager in Bellevue, WA for Ossia, Inc.

Areas of Expertise

  • Human Resources
  • Finances
  • Property Valuation
  • Taxes

Recent Articles

BBB Torch Awards for Ethics – 2020 Winner

Divorce Strategies Northwest is proud to be selected as a winner of the 2020 BBB...
Hiring an Attorney Should NOT Be the First Step You Take in Divorce

Hiring an Attorney Should NOT Be the First Step You Take in Divorce

Ten reasons why hiring an attorney at the onset of your divorce is NOT necessarily...

We’re in the News… Westside Seattle Magazine

We are excited and honored to have a featured article in April's Westside Seattle Magazine.
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