Mike Moceri is a Northwesterner living and working in the Greater Tacoma Area. After graduating from Hanford High School in 2006, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy with honors from Central Washington University in 2010 and a Juris Doctor degree from Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA in 2013. While studying law, he worked concurrently for both The Defender Association of Philadelphia and The Law Office of Erik Jensen and Associates. Mike returned to his home state after earning his law degree in order to serve his community.
Since returning home, Mike has helped many people navigate the difficulties of divorce and battles over child custody. While he cannot guarantee a favorable result, Mike strives to provide the best legal representation possible and to treat each client with respect and human dignity.
Mike is also an avid IT technician and web developer. He conducts many client meetings over Skype or other video teleconferencing tools, saving clients time and cutting down on overhead to reduce prices and make legal services affordable for as many people as possible. By using a sophisticated and secure private cloud server for all client files, Mike can answer questions about clients' cases from anywhere in the world, and provide easy and secure access to case documents for clients to review. Through clever use of technology, Mike strives to be the most accessible and approachable attorney possible.
No matter what your legal question, Mike would like to help. He offers free preliminary legal consultations over video teleconferencing, by phone, or in-person. He can also answer quick questions via email. If you have questions and would like to consider hiring an attorney, give Mike a call at (888) 510-1961. You'll be glad you did.
Memberships and Appointments
- Washington State Bar Association Young Lawyer's Committee Member - 2015-2019
- Washington State Bar Association Young Lawyer's Committee Chair-Elect - 2016-2017
- Washington State Bar Association Young Lawyer's Committee Chairperson - 2017-2018
- Washington State Bar Association Young Lawyer's Committee Immediate Past Chair - 2018-2019
- WYLC Incubator Subcommittee Chairman - 2015-2017
- WYLC Debt Subcommittee Member - 2015-2016
- WYLC Employment Subcomittee Member - 2015-2016
Awards and Commendations
- Pierce County Bar Association Pro Bono Award - 2016
- WYLC Public Service Incentive Award - 2015
Brian Holden graduated from The University of Washington with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business management in 2014. Immediately after graduation, Brian began his legal education at Seattle University School of Law. During law school, Brian interned in various avenues of law, including personal injury as well as family law. These internships helped him make the decision that he was passionate about family law and wanted to pursue a career in that area of law.
After passing the bar in 2017, Brian accepted a position with The Moceri Law Group, eventually becoming a partner in 2018. In his free time, Brian is an avid sports fan who enjoys spending time with friends and staying active through hiking as well as various sporting activities.
Anthony F. Gibbs came to the Puget Sound for the weather. After the better part of nine years living in Wyoming, he sought a place to practice law following law school where the temperature remained dozens of degrees above zero. The prospect of a little rain left him unfazed.
Since earning his license to practice law in Washington State, he has focused largely on transactional matters, endeavoring to keep his clients out of court to the greatest extent possible by drafting clear, effective contracts and other documents. He has also enjoyed success defending individuals from allegations of traffic infractions and drafting them wills and other succession documents.
More recently, he has undertaken to expand his practice into the family law arena by partnering with The Moceri Law Group, enjoying not only the challenge, but also the reverse commute.
He's a believer: the system of laws and regulations in the United States is, in his opinion, without doubt both a giant mess and the greatest legal system ever devised by humanity. While justice may be an elusive beast, it is conceptually available through careful planning, conscientious preparation, and, usually, much hard work.
He also understands that it is better to have a good life than a good lawsuit and, with that in mind, welcomes opportunities to counsel clients regarding solutions which may not involve litigation, when appropriate.
When he is not lawyering, these days he enjoys riding motorcycles, gardening, reading, and cooking.