Shannon Moreauby CML
Shannon Moreau has been an attorney for nine years, the last 8 of which has been spent in the Wenatchee area. Her practice emphasizes bank and collection work, family law matters, real estate transactions and related issues, and criminal and civil litigation. She has worked in both government and private practice, including the Law Office of Michael A. Ach, the Law Offices of Foreman, Arch, Dodge, Volyn, and Zimmerman, and the Pacific Northwest Law Group.
Shannon received her law degree from the Gonzaga School of Law, cum laude. She also obtained her undergraduate degree from Gonzaga in Criminal Justice, cum laude.
Shannon served on the Board of Directors for Chelan-Douglas Volunteer Services for three years and served as Chair of the Fund Development Committee during that period. She continues to volunteer for this organization by helping to plan various fundraisers in the community, proceeds of which help assure legal services are provided to low income individuals and families in the Chelan-Douglas community. Shannon served a term as an officer of the Chelan Douglas Young Lawyer’s Division and assisted in creating a local GAAP chapter, which was the Greater Access and Assistance Project that connected individuals with moderate means to local attorneys willing to take cases at reduced rates. This program has now developed into the “Moderate Means Program” and is governed by the Washington State Bar Association.
Shannon currently serves as a volunteer mediator at Wenatchee Valley Dispute Resolution Center helping people to resolve family and civil issues without having to go to court. Shannon volunteers for other community organizations, including the Chelan-Douglas Bar Association, Wenatchee Banshees Women’s Hockey, and the National MS Society.
Shannon is a native-born Washingtonian. She has roots in both Chelan and Douglas County. Her family moved to Boise, Idaho when she was 8 and she lived there until 1997. Throughout the years, she and her younger brother spent every summer and every extra moment possible in Waterville and Lake Chelan with her grandparents, cousins, and extended family.
Shannon is married and the mother of 2 sons- ages 19 and 17. When not practicing law you can find Shannon enjoying music and anything outdoors, especially camping. She and her husband, Chris, have Yamaha dirt bikes and love to trail ride and explore the trails of our state. Shannon also enjoys cooking and spending time with family.
Professional Associations and Memberships
Washington State Bar Association, Admitted to Practice
United States District Court, Eastern District of Washington, Admitted to Practice
Chelan-Douglas County Bar Association, Member