Kimberlee began practicing law in 1999, joining the firm of Luke & Casteel, PSC, then became a partner and shareholder with the founding partners of the firm in 2005 and the firm was renamed Luke, Casteel & Olsen, PSC. Kimberlee has litigated real property and business disputes in both Washington state courts and United States District Courts, including admission pro hoc vice in the federal court for the District of Oregon, and was prevailing counsel in published cases ranging from conversion and negligent misrepresentation, to debtor /creditor law.
Since 2009, Kimberlee has had the honor of serving as one of the pro tempore judges for Snohomish County District Court, presiding over calendars that include probable cause and bail determinations as well as domestic violence and anti-harassment orders.
Over the past twenty years, Kimberlee has volunteered her time to support a variety of community and charitable projects such as Snohomish County District Court Law Day, student mock trials, teaching financial literacy to teens, church youth group and the St. Vincent DePaul Society.
Kimberlee is available for consultation in the areas of contract drafting and disputes, commercial leases, landlord/tenant, quit claim deed transfers, real estate title issues, and business disputes.
Jonathan has been practicing law since 2005. He started his legal career clerking for the Honorable Anita A. Sukola with the Superior Court of Guam from 2005 to 2008. After his clerkship, he was a criminal prosecutor from 2008 to 2015 in three different jurisdictions: first with the Territory of Guam, then with a firm that handled prosecution duties for several municipalities throughout Snohomish County, Washington, and lastly with Clallam County, Washington where he handled both misdemeanor and felony cases. During his time as a prosecutor, Jonathan took over thirty-five cases to trial.
Jonathan is currently licensed to practice law in the Territory of Guam and in Washington. Jonathan has been with Luke & Olsen, PSC since 2015, becoming a partner in 2017. He grew up in Bothell and Kenmore and is the son of one of the founding partners of the firm, Robert N. Luke.
Jonathan specializes in business escrow, real estate escrow, transaction law, real estate litigation, business litigation, probate, and estate planning. Jonathan has expanded his business practice to include assisting owners, buyers, and sellers of adult family homes.
Crystal is a native Washingtonian who was admitted to the Washington State bar in 2008. Crystal’s practice focuses on real estate disputes and transactions. She advises clients on boundary line disputes, boundary line adjustments, civil anti-harassment matters between neighbors, leases, easements, adverse possession, landlord tenant matters, and real estate litigation and transactions. While Crystal has extensive experience in litigation, she also has a keen skill for negotiating alternative dispute resolutions and reaching the best possible outcomes for her clients, absent the expense and risk of litigation.
Crystal received her Law Degree from Seattle University School of Law in 2008. She served for nearly a decade as a prosecuting attorney for Cities throughout Snohomish County, as well as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for Snohomish County. During Crystal’s time as a Prosecuting Attorney for the City of Mukilteo, Crystal was presented with an award from Pasado’ Safe Haven for excellence in the prosecution of animal cruelty. Crystal has prosecuted hundreds of criminal cases, and has appeared in municipal, district, and superior court countless times. She successfully represented the City of Edmonds in a case at the Washington Court of Appeals, Division II. From her time as a Prosecutor, Crystal joined Luke & Olsen, PSC with extensive trial, motions, and RALJ appeals experience.
Crystal is a member of the Washington State Bar Association, as well as the Snohomish County Bar association.
She lives in Bothell with her husband and two children. While not working Crystal loves watching USAG Gymnastics, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends.