Sara McCulloch has lived on Bainbridge Island for 19 years. She studied law at Boston College Law School and received her undergraduate degree in Political Science from Western Washington University.
Ms. McCulloch's law practice focuses on elder law and special needs. She enjoys using her legal skills to help clients understand and navigate the legal process during difficult times. Ms. McCulloch belongs to a number of organizations dedicated to these practice areas: the King County Bar Association's Elder Law Section; the Washington State Bar Association's Probate & Real Property and Elder Law Sections; and the Kitsap County Bar Association. She is a certified Title 11 Guardian ad Litem for Guardianship cases in King, Kitsap, Jefferson, and Pierce Counties. She also serves as a Probate Guardian ad Litem, appointed by the Court to represent the interests of minor beneficiaries in an estate.
Ms. McCulloch has dedicated most of her career to public interest law, helping crime victims and other vulnerable people. She is passionate about making our justice system easier to navigate for all people, but especially those who have challenges due to mental health issues, disability, and poverty. She currently serves as the part-time Bainbridge Island Municipal Court Judge and is utilized as a Pro Tempore (substitute) Judge in King, Kitsap, and Pierce County District Courts. Prior to serving as a Judge, Ms. McCulloch worked as a Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney at the King County Prosecutor's Office for thirteen years, handling cases involving sexual assault, domestic violence, and other felony crimes.
In her free time, Ms. McCulloch enjoys spending time with her two children, swimming, biking, and practicing yoga. Ms. McCulloch is a frequent volunteer with a number of local organizations.
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