Sara MacDuff

Protect Your Autonomy, Secure Your Legacy
  • Elder Law, Estate Planning
  • Washington, Washington
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Sara MacDuff is a Seattle native and attended her first year of law school in Washington DC but her true loves were waiting back home - husband Dave and the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Sara concluded law school clerking for the Honorable William L. Dwyer and graduated with honors from Seattle University School of Law. Sara recently completed an extensive law school curriculum with an LL.M in Elder Law.
As an Assistant Attorney General Sara handled bench and jury trials throughout western Washington. Her practice included disciplining health care practitioners as well as regulating timeshare operators, collection agencies, and other consumer related fields. She advised the State Human Rights Commission, the Employment Security Board and the Department of Licensing. She was a member of the U.S. Attorneys Office Medicaid Fraud Task Force. Sara was the Chair of the Washington State Bar Association Pro Bono and Public Service Committee.
Making the transition to Elder Law as a private practice attorney was a natural choice that combined Sara’s work history, in health care and consumer protection, with her natural tendency to serve others. Sara is a fervent believer in the wholistic approach to aging that is the foundation of her legal practice. Sara aims to help everyone – whether the older person, or their loved ones ease the transition into accepting support from professionals and other caring people.
Competent and Caring Legal Services –
Clients have said this about Sara, “She explained things in a way I could understand.” And, “Sara really listened to my concerns and helped me create a life plan for myself, my spouse and our children.”

Practice Areas
  • Elder Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Free Consultation
    I welcome your questions and all billing decisions will be clear and reasonable.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
9th Circuit
Seattle University
LL.M. (2018) | Elder Law, Taxation, Estate Planning, Real Estate
Professional Associations
King County Bar Association # 18246
Activities: Guardianship and Elder Law Section
National Association of Elder Law Attorneys
- Current
Washington State Chapter of NAELA
- Current
Washington State Bar Association # 18982
- Current
Activities: Former Chair, Pro Bono and Public Service Committee
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