Page Monji


About Page

From the West Coast, Page Monji moved to Massachusetts to pursue a Bachelor of Arts from Wellesley College in English and Classical Civilization. She enjoyed a career in talent acquisition working in higher education, pharmaceutical, and international public health settings. Having lived and worked internationally, she enjoys engaging in cross-cultural environments.

In 2020, Page earned a Juris Doctor, graduating cum laude from American University Washington College of Law. While in law school, Page participated in leadership and research opportunities in the areas of human rights, humanitarian law, and transitional justice. She also was a student attorney in the Disability Law Clinic, where she found a passion for serving families and children. 

Page’s practice is dedicated entirely to family law, including divorces/legal separations, child custody, child support, domestic violence issues, meretricious relationships, and more. Amidst an inherently stressful process, Page strives to be attentive and compassionate to her clients. She endeavors to partner with clients to reach an amicable resolution where possible and advocate for the best outcome for her clients and their families.

Page enjoys time participating in outdoor sports, exploring Seattle’s museums, and volunteering with unhoused families.

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