At the Holland Law Group, we hold ourselves to the highest standards when it comes to our client and community commitments. We purposely created a boutique practice with careful case management in order to provide personalized attention to each and every client. We also hold ourselves to the same commitments when it comes to building relations within the legal community as well as the broader community in which we live.



The following are the guiding principles by which we hold ourselves to each and every day.

  1. We are dedicated to seeking justice for our clients in their greatest time of need
  2. Clients will be treated with respect and honesty at all times
  3. As a representative on your behalf, we will conduct ourselves with integrity with all parties involved
  4. Our firm is committed to excellence in providing each and every client with exceptional legal representation from start to finish



It is our purpose to provide guidance and resolution for our clients during some of the most unforeseen, difficult circumstances in their lives. As such, we find it equally important to celebrate and support other leading organizations that are providing similar services in our community.


New Beginnings empowers survivors and mobilizes community awareness and action to end domestic violence. They provide necessary services to anyone whose lives have been affected by domestic violence – physical, emotional, or sexual abuse. The Holland Law Group is a proud sponsorship of the annual New Beginning’s Empower Benefit Lunch that is in its 40th year of raising significant funding to support programs and awareness to ultimately end this epidemic.


Only Mercer Island Youth and Family Services strengthens Mercer Island through assistance programs for community members in crisis, support services to improve the well-being of both young and older residents as well as development programs that strengthen the community. We’ve personally witnessed the benefits of some of these program at work and proud to be able to give back to this organization.