Dimitra S. Scott

Dimitra joined the firm in 2004. She is a member of both the domestic and employment groups at Beresford Booth PLLC. While providing the highest level of advocacy in motion and trial practice, Dimitra understands and strives to provide cost effective solutions and to promote settlement and resolution of a case short of trial.

Dimitra represents employers in proceedings involving labor disputes, wage & hour matters, unemployment, and discrimination claims. Her practice includes counseling businesses to help them navigate planning, employment and collection issues. Whether working to resolve pending litigation or creating a framework for risk management, she is committed to the clients’ goals.

As a family law litigator, Dimitra brings compassion and a balanced perspective to clients. Her background in business and litigation provides a solid foundation to advise clients regarding complex asset division issues. From evaluating equitable division of a closely held family business, tracing complicated separate property claims, or negotiating residential time in a parenting plan, Dimitra strives to achieve positive and practical results.

Raised in the Pacific Northwest, Dimitra graduated from Henry M. Jackson High School where she enjoyed playing soccer and fastpitch softball. She received her undergraduate degree from Menlo College in Atherton, California, where she had the privilege of continuing to play fastpitch softball. After returning to the Pacific Northwest, Dimitra attended Seattle University School of Law and later joined Beresford Booth PLLC. Today, Dimitra and her family reside in Mill Creek, where they are actively involved in community sports.

Contact us today at (425) 776-4100.  We look forward to serving you.

 

Chair – Divorce & Family Law

Practice Areas

      • Business & Employment Law 
      • Divorce & Family Law

Admitted

      • 2004, Washington
      • U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington

Education

      • Menlo College, Bachelor of Science (Major: Business Management; Minor: MIS)
      • Seattle University School of Law, JD

Professional Associations

      • Washington State Bar Association (Member: Labor and Employment, Family, and Litigation Law Sections)
      • King County Bar Association
      • Snohomish County Bar Association
      • Washington Women Lawyers
      • Primerus (Member: Young Lawyers Group, Labor ad Employment Law Group)

Community and Business Associations

      • Edmonds Community College Foundation
      • Mill Creek Little League