About Lauber Law Group, PLLC

We want to help you through this process

As a Lauber Law Group client, you will receive exceptional judgment-free advocacy from an attorney who is truly invested in helping you recover peace and stability in your life. The attorneys of Lauber Law Group are Northwest natives, serving all of western Washington, with our home office in downtown Everett. We believe in providing access to justice, and are dedicated to flexible appointment times, as well as home-visits for individuals struggling with physical challenges.

We have helped hundreds of clients and appreciate all the unexpected circumstances that folks face in their lives. We are committed to helping you overcome your difficulties and get you on solid ground.


Our Legal Team

Ashley Lauber


Ms. Lauber graduated from Seattle University School of Law with a strong commitment to serving social justice and the public interest. During school, she participated in the Ronald Peterson Law Clinic’s Predatory Lending program where she assisted homeowners in fighting banks to keep their homes during the economic downturn. She also volunteered with Multifaith Works, a community organization dedicated to the de-stigmatization and support of individuals living with HIV and AIDS. After graduation, Ms. Lauber was hired by a downtown Seattle firm where she learned bankruptcy law and saw the potential for important advocacy in debt relief services for folks struggling to find their financial stability.

Now an experienced debt negotiator and bankruptcy practitioner, Ms. Lauber believes deeply in resolving issues of access to legal services. The Lauber Law Group firm is positioned to give you the most compassionate advocacy in the legal marketplace.

Bar Number: 44099
Washington, 2011
Seattle University School of Law
Juris Doctor, 2011

Jaclyn Bray

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Jaclyn Bray’s practice primarily focuses on family law, probate and trust administration, and estate planning. Jacki is an experienced attorney who works hard to achieve the best results possible for her clients. She is known for providing compassionate support to her clients while tirelessly advocating for them both inside and outside the courtroom. Jacki listens carefully to each client’s needs, takes the time to develop and maintain a close relationship with them, and works with them to set realistic goals and to guide them through the often daunting legal process. This approach has allowed Jacki to obtain advantageous results for her clients.

Jacki received her undergraduate degree from Baldwin-Wallace College, her law degree from Seattle University, and has been a member of the Washington State Bar Association since 2006. Prior to Lauber Law Group, Jacki spent 10 years practicing law at a downtown Seattle firm. When not practicing law, Jacki enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.

Jillian Kerbacher

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Jillian grew up in Texas and Pennsylvania but with roots in the Pacific Northwest. She graduated from Austin College in Sherman, Texas with a double major in German and International Relations. Following graduation, she volunteered for a state computer education program serving adults in rural Texas. After making the move to Seattle, Jillian attended law school at Seattle University School of Law. While there, she worked in the Ronald Peterson Law Clinic’s International Human Rights Clinic and Youth Advocacy Clinic. Since receiving her Juris Doctor, she regularly volunteers with the King County Housing Justice Project, helping low-income tenants facing eviction. Jillian advises clients regarding landlord-tenant disputes, contract disputes, debt negotiations and dissolutions. Apart from practicing law, Jillian spends her time with her family and friends as well as hiking and bouldering.

Alexandria Hohman

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Alexandria “Ali” Hohman joins Lauber Law Group focusing on bankruptcy advocacy for clients. She began her career as a law clerk in Skagit County Superior Court then transitioned to criminal defense and dependency law throughout the state. Next, Ali worked in policy advocacy as Director of Legal Services at the Washington Defender Association supporting public defense through the COVID-19 pandemic. She provided leadership in response the Washington State Supreme Court case State v. Blake, 197 Wn.2d 170 (2021) that held the felony simple controlled substance statute unconstitutional including interviews with Crosscut, Northwest Public Broadcasting, and Washington State Bar Association. In addition, she has taught numerous Continuing Legal Education (CLE) classes to attorneys.

Ali has been recognized by the Washington State Office of Public Defense as a Champion of Justice in 2023 and by the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers in 2017 with Certificate of Recognition. She is a 2011 graduate from the Seattle University School of Law and a 2006 graduate with a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Allison Ross

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Allison Ross was raised in sunny Miami but apparently longed for the colder climates. During her study abroad while attending the University of Miami (2nd generation, Go ‘Canes!), she studied Pax och Konflikte (Peace and Conflict Studies). After graduating, she moved to the Pacific Northwest and has loved it ever since! Allison graduated from Seattle University’s School of Law and loves volunteering, traveling, crafts, and pets.

Monica Sampson


Monica holds a Paralegal Degree from Edmonds Community College. She has over 12 years of Tribal Law experience, (Unlawful Detainers, Exclusions, Gaming, Code Revision, etc.) has worked in Corporate law (trademarks and LLCs), Estate Planning, Public Records Requests, Amazon's Corporate Legal department and has over 15 years of administrative experience. Monica is a team player and strives to help in any way she can. A true Washingtonian, only briefly living in Colorado, she has lived in both Eastern and Western Washington her entire life. Monica enjoys helping her children and grandchildren and watching them play sports.

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