Christina Chung is a managing attorney at S.L. Pitts PC. She is sharp and has experience successfully litigating in all areas of family law. She is known for her compassion and diligent advocacy, specializing in complex, high-asset dissolutions, and high-conflict parenting issues including relocation.
She skillfully and successfully has negotiated high net worth financial matters, including business valuations, RSUs, large real estate portfolio, tracing, characterization of property, and child support and spousal support issues. She also has experience dealing with assets outside of the U.S. Her emphasis on a client-centered approach has been fundamental to her success at mediation, arbitration, and trial.
A proactive problem solver, Christina’s sophisticated understanding of the law and dedication to clients has helped her achieve success advocating on behalf of her clients.
Prior to joining S.L. Pitts PC, Christina worked for the King County Superior Court Family Law Facilitator’s Department. She also worked as a judicial extern for Judge Mary I. Yu (presently an Associate Justice of the Washington Supreme Court).
Christina also worked as a volunteer attorney at King County Bar Association: Family Law Mentor Program and Eastside Legal Assistance Program focusing on Family Law and Domestic Violence cases.
During law school, Christina joined the Civil Rights Amicus Clinic where she was actively involved in assisting and drafting amicus brief for the U.S. Supreme Court involving Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, which was heard on April 24, 2013 as a part of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center v. Nassar, M.D.