Michelle A. Green
Principal since 2013
Practicing Since 2007
Phone: (509) 662-3685
Michelle A. Green is a Principal of Jeffers, Danielson, Sonn & Aylward. A native of Cashmere, Washington, she joined JDSA Law in 2007 and became a Principal in 2013. Michelle’s primary areas of practice are Real Estate, Land Use, and Water Law, as well as Business and Corporate Law and general Civil Litigation.
Michelle completed her undergraduate studies at the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington, and then attended Seattle University School of Law. Upon graduation in 2007, she returned to the Wenatchee area to practice law. She was drawn to the area to return to her family and her roots, as well as to explore her outdoor passions. Michelle enjoys backpacking in the Cascade Mountains, skiing at Mission Ridge, and running on the Apple Capital Loop Trail.
In her practice, Michelle is known for being practical and efficient. She is highly analytical and excels with sophisticated transactions and complex disputes. Michelle’s transactional work involves the negotiation and documentation of purchases, sales, leases, financing, 1031 exchanges, and development of residential and commercial real property. Her litigation practice includes land use appeals, lien foreclosures and construction litigation, enforcement of creditors’ rights and remedies, commercial disputes, and all types of real estate litigation. Michelle works with developers to secure entitlements for their projects, and regularly debates permitting and zoning issues with planning directors, city councils, and county commissions.
Michelle is committed to her JDSA Law practice, and her community. She served on the Board of Directors for the Wenatchee Valley College Foundation from 2011-2019.
“Washington Supreme Court Strikes Down Certificate of Merit Requirement.” Washington State Bar Association Litigation Section Newsletter Autumn 2010
“‘Underwater’ Homes are Hard to Sell” Wenatchee Valley Business World April 2009
Michelle regularly speaks regarding current real estate issues at seminars and general meetings for the local chapter of the National Association of Professional Mortgage Women.