We are here to advise and guide you through the process so you can focus on what really matters.
We believe our clients should be treated like our friends; even our extended family. Whatever you are seeking our help with, we assure you our priority is you being comfortable and confident.
Areas of Practice
Specifically, we can advise and litigate the following types of legal issues:
Custody and Visitation
Division of Assets
Estate Planning and Probate
Business Formation and Transactions
Arianna Cozart has been in practice since 2006. Her practice emphasizes family law, estate planning, and personal injury. Arianna has served in both the criminal realm as a prosecutor and defense attorney and in the civil realm as an attorney emphasizing civil litigation, personal injury, and family law. She has worked for agencies as varied as the Washington State Attorney General’s Office and the Chelan County Superior Court Judges to the Westlaw legal research company and Ogden Murphy Wallace.
Ms. Cozart received her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science with a minor in Communications from the University of Washington and her law degree from the University Of Washington School Of Law.
At one time the Co-Executive Director of Chelan Douglas Volunteer Attorney Services, Arianna served two terms as an officer of the Chelan Douglas Young Lawyer’s Division and three years on the board of CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates). She has also volunteered for several other community organizations including the YMCA, the Festival of Trees, the John Newbery PTA, Foothills Middle School PTA, Roteract, Serve Wenatchee Valley, and Relay for Life.
She was raised in Snoqualmie and Waterville, Washington. Arianna has two daughters who are in the Wenatchee School District and dance competitively. In her free time Arianna enjoys running, dancing, and enjoying the multitude of cultural and recreational opportunities offered in the Wenatchee Valley.
Professional Associations and Memberships
Washington State Bar Association- Admitted to Practice
United States District Court, Eastern District of Washington- Admitted to Practice
United States District Court, Western District of Washington- Admitted to Practice
Chelan Douglas County Bar Association-Member
Washington Defender Association-Member
Family Law Section, Washington State Bar Association-Member
Shannon Moreau has been licensed to practice law with the Washington State Bar Association since 2003. She practiced in Spokane for a year before relocating back to the Wenatchee Valley in 2004. Her practice emphasizes family law matters, collection work, real estate transactions and related issues, non-profit law, and criminal and civil litigation. She is a Certified Mediator through the Washington Mediation Association. She has worked in both government and private practice, including the Law Office of Michael A. Arch, Foreman, Arch, Dodge, Volyn & Zimmerman, PLLC, and the Pacific Northwest Law Group.
Shannon attended Boise State University in Boise, Idaho for undergraduate work and transferred to Gonzaga University in 1997, where she finished her coursework and received a Baccalaureate of Arts, cum laude, in Criminal Justice in 1999. She obtained her Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from Gonzaga University School of Law in 2003.
Shannon served a term as Secretary of the Chelan Douglas Young Lawyer’s Division and assisted in creating a local GAAP chapter, which was the “Greater Access and Assistance Project” that connected individuals with moderate means to local attorneys willing to take cases at reduced rates. This program has since developed into the “Moderate Means Program” and is governed by the Washington State Bar Association. Shannon also served on the Board of Directors for the Chelan-Douglas Volunteer Services for three years and served as Chair of the Fund Development Committee during that time period.
Shannon is a native-born Washingtonian with roots in Chelan, Douglas and Okanogan Counties. Her family moved to Boise, Idaho when she was young and she lived there until 1997. Throughout the years, she and her younger brother spent every summer and every extra moment possible in Winthrop, Chelan, and Waterville with her grandparents, cousins, and extended family.
Shannon and her husband, Chris, currently reside in the Methow Valley. She is mother to two sons and is expecting her first grandchild in December. She enjoys photography, music, and being outdoors, especially camping with family.
Professional Associations and Memberships
Washington State Bar Association, Admitted to Practice 2003
United States District Court, Eastern District of Washington, Admitted to Practice 2004
Chelan Douglas County Bar Association, Member
Okanogan County Bar Association, Member
Washington Mediation Association, Certified Mediator
Washington Defender Association, Member
Family Law Section, Washington State Bar Association, Member