Since 2003, Beverly Nored has provided compassionate legal representation for families in transition. Prior to practice Beverly earned her BA in Religious Studies Cum Laude from Mt. Holyoke College and her Juris Doctorate from Oregon School of Law.
She is admitted to practice law in both Washington and Oregon. Beverly has served on the Executive Boards of the Dispute Resolution Center of Yakima and King Counties & of Merritt Resources.
Prior to opening Nored Law in Renton, Bev worked as an Associate Attorney at Weschler Becker LLP from 2008 to 2013. She was named Pro Bono Attorney of the year by the Yakima Bar Association and has been a speaker for the Washington Bar Association. Bev has a passion for non-profit organizations serving over 25 years as a mentor for younger women. Bringing families healing through transition and promoting peaceful resolutions are her legacy.
Courtney R. Jones
Courtney R. Jones was admitted to the University of Washington at the age of 15 after being selected by the Robinson Center for Young Scholars for academically gifted youth. She graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies with a focus on Latin American Studies and Spanish. She was on the Dean’s List all semesters and received the esteemed Monroe Scholarship and Costco Diversity Scholarship.
After completing an internship at her mother’s personal injury law firm (The Law Office of L.M. Jones, LLC) she was accepted into the Seattle University School of Law where she received both the Dean’s Diversity Scholarship and Phillip L. Burton Memorial Scholarship. She graduated with her Juris Doctorate in 2014.
Once admitted to the Washington State Bar Association in 2015, Ms. Jones worked as a contract attorney in Discovery for Complex Civil Litigation and Personal Injury. She joined Nored Law in 2016 as an associate attorney exclusively devoting her time to the practice of family law.
As an active member of her community, Ms. Jones regularly participates in activities that promote diversity, education, access to legal resources, and charitable giving. She has been recognized by the Washington State Bar Association for her commitment to pro bono services and currently sits on the committee for the Honorable Charles V. Johnson Youth and Law Forum. Every week, Ms. Jones dedicates her free time to serving at New Life Church as a Youth Leader and Worship Leader.
Washington State Bar Association
King County Bar Association
American Bar Association
Seattle University School of Law (J.D., 2014)
University of Washington (B.A., 2009)
PRO BONO ACTIVITIES
KCBA Kinship Care Program
Honorable Charles V. Johnson Youth and Law Forum (Committee Member)
Heather Michajla is the Administrative Assistant at Nored Law and has been a valuable part of our team since 2016. She is a mother of three awesome kids; two teenage girls, and a six-year-old son. Heather brings to our office a special skill set. Having gone through the trials of her own dissolution and dependency case, she has a heart for others experiencing the same struggles.
She offers insight on cases, bringing empathy and compassion to each of our clients. Outside of the office, she thoroughly enjoys her role as a mom; playing games, hiking, swimming, and working out with her kiddos. She enjoys reading science journals and drinking copious amounts of coffee.
She also enthusiastically holds two service positions within the Non-Profit Sector, and volunteers her time at Transform Burien.