A. Scott Marlow

Scott is a passionate, motivated Family Law attorney. He has extensive legal knowledge and experience, including an outstanding record of performance, handling high asset dissolutions, military dissolutions, parenting plan and support cases, adoption and termination of parental rights, and committed intimate relationships. Scott is empathetic about the concerns of his clients and the effects a family law action has on a family. As a former United States Marine, Scott also has a passion for helping and representing our military community.

Scott has written and published a number of materials including “What Family Court Judges Want You to Know; Spousal Support, Child Support, and Parenting Plan Determinations.” Scott also has spoken on a number of Family Law events. He is the recipient of numerous professional awards, including the “Top 100” recognition from the Association of American Trial Lawyers. He also attended the National Trial Advocacy College (University of Virginia).

Away from work, Scott enjoys spending quality time with his wife and three active children. He played and coached tennis in college.

Past Positions

  • United States Marine Corps, Marine

Published Works

  • National Business Institute: “To Prevent Errors Dividing Military Benefits in Divorce”, (2016)
  • “What Family Court Judges Want You to Know”, (2015)
  • Child Support and Child Custody Issues, (2015)
  • Jane Publishing: “Child Custody and Support Issues”, (2013)

Professional Associations

  • American Bar Association
  • Washington State Bar Association
  • Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association


  • Top 100, Association of American Trial Lawyers
  • Excellence in Family Law, Lawyers of Distinction
  • 10 Best Attorney in Client Satisfaction, American Institute of Family Law Attorneys
A. Scott Marlow
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Practice Areas

  • Family Law and Domestic Relations


  • Roger Williams University School of Law
    • J.D. - 2003
  • Liberty University
    • B.S. - 2000

Bar Admissions

  • Washington