Graduated 1993 from Creighton University School of Law with a JD, and from Brigham Young University in 1990 with a BA in International Relations. Admitted to practice before the federal courts for the Eastern District of Washington, and the State Courts of Washington. Member of the Washington State Bar Association.

Tim has been practicing law for more than 20 years, helping business and families achieve success, and plan for their futures. Tim grew up in Walla Walla, Washington received a BA in International Relations from Brigham Young University (1990), and his J.D. from Creighton University (1993). After law school, he joined a local law firm, Leavy Schultz Davis and Fearing, and worked there for three years. He then joined Lamb-Weston, Inc. a subsidiary of ConAgra Foods. With Lamb-Weston, Tim not only filled the role of associate general counsel, he also ran sales regions in the Northern California and Toronto, Canada. He worked in production, negotiated grower contracts, supplier contracts, handled employment issues, dealt with the Perishable Agricultural Commodity Act, and import/export matters. His experience with Lamb-Weston has given Tim insight and experience in running businesses that allows him to help his clients in all aspects of their businesses in a practical way. Tim returned to private practice in 2005 and joined with Olsen Daines in 2014 as Of Counsel.

Tim is married to Kim Coleman, his wife of 28 years. They have four terrific kids, Ty, Michael, Trey and Sydney. Kim is a citizen of New Zealand, so their children enjoy both U.S. and New Zealand citizenship, with Sydney, who was born while they lived in Canada also enjoying Canadian citizenship. When time from work and family activities allows, Tim enjoys golf, reading, and working out. You can often spot him riding his bike to his office and even to court.

Nearly thirty years ago, our bankruptcy firm was one of the first law practices to offer free consultations to potential bankruptcy clients. It is our mission to educate, inform and empower people about their legal options for dealing with debt. We believe information goes a long way toward helping with the stress of filing bankruptcy.