Accounting, Terry Coe
I have been with the firm since 2004 but have been crunching numbers for over 30 years. I was raised in the Seattle area. As a single parent, I am a firm believer of the old adage “it takes a village” to raise a family. I am proud to be a member of the Down Syndrome Community through the ARC of King County as well as Special Dreams for Special Kids.
I am blessed to have a large, close-knit extended family close by. I know that divorce is heartbreaking for all, but I’m proud to work for a company that I feel makes advocating for families a priority.
Bookkeeping Assistant, Robbie Caggiano
I earned my teaching certificate from the University of Southern California. I was a bilingual elementary school teacher in the inner city neighborhoods of Los Angeles. I speak Spanish fluently.
Later I married and became a stay at home mom until my children went off to college. I am now a single mother of two grown children. My youngest is a senior in college and my eldest is in her third year of law school. Amanda was my divorce attorney over 10 years ago. It was a contentious divorce and I am forever grateful to her for all that she did for me. I have been with DCLG since 2011. My role in the office is primarily assisting with accounting. I occasionally serve as a Spanish translator. It brings me great joy to be able to help people that are struggling with similar issues that I had to deal with in my divorce. I recently served as a facilitator in a Divorce Recovery workshop.
My hobbies include tennis, biking, and yoga. I am a member of the Rotary club and serve as our secretary. I have been to Guatemala five times. I go with a mission team. We build homes and teach in a school. I love to travel whenever possible.