Bellevue Family Lawyers
Vincent D. Humphrey II
Vincent Humphrey is a family law attorney in Bellevue WA, as well as the founder/managing attorney at Humphrey & Associates serving both King and Snohomish Counties. His practice focuses on family law, including divorce and child custody, as well as personal injury cases. Vincent’s extensive background in law, mediation-negotiation training and business allows him to provide high quality, personalized and comprehensive legal services across his primary practice areas.
Vincent graduated with his Juris Doctor from University of Idaho College of Law in 2010. Prior to this accomplishment, he graduated with his Bachelor Degree in Political Science from the University of Washington. He has represented many Washington-based businesses and people, and works tirelessly to help bridge access to justice for his clients. Vincent also has an unquenchable desire to help negotiate the best possible outcome for every party involved, which has propelled him to successfully help many people throughout the state of Washington.
When he is not serving those in need, Vincent devotes his personal time to his wife and family, as well as the city of Bellevue and surrounding communities. This includes multiple speaking engagements at area high schools and law schools, and his pro-bono work for the Washington State Bar Association—that also named Vincent Outstanding Young Attorney for the State of Washington in 2015 for his contributions to the legal community. For fun, Vincent enjoys playing golf, reading, and spending time with family and friends.
Juris Doctor from University of Idaho College of Law in 2010
Bachelor Degree in Political Science from the University of Washington
Supreme Court of Washington
Tulalip Tribal Court
Muckleshoot Tribal Court
Washington State Bar Association Young Lawyers Committee - Past Chair
King County Bar Association
Housing Justice Project
Loren Miller Bar Association
Washington First Responders Will Clinic
Eastside Legal Assistance Program
Washington State Family Law Section