Beth A. Bratton


Beth graduated from the University of South Dakota School of Law with a Juris Doctorate degree. She is admitted to practice in all Washington State courts. Her focus is family law and injury cases.  Beth is a member of the Washington State Bar Family Law Section, Chelan/Douglas County Bar Association, and Washington State Association for Justice.  Beth is a former President of the Washington Young Lawyers Committee, and a former part-time Court Commissioner for Chelan County Superior Court.  She is currently the Vice-President of the Chelan/Douglas County Volunteer Attorney Services. 

Education and Qualifications:


University of South Dakota. Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice and Psychology in 2003.


Seattle University School of Law. Visiting student 2005-2006.


University of South Dakota School of Law. Juris Doctorate in 2006.

Favorite Quote

“Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.” Robert Louis Stevenson


Beth has litigated hundreds of family law cases in her career and represented many injured clients.  After graduating law school, Beth clerked for three judges with Chelan County Superior Court.  She handled all areas of the law until she transitioned into private practice.  In 2007, Beth joined the law firm of Woods & Brangwin, PLLC (which would eventually become Woods, Brangwin, & Bratton, PLLC).  She was the first associate to become partner in 2013.   Beth concentrates her practice on all family law matters and injured clients.  She is widely recognized as a premiere family law attorney with substantial knowledge and training in family law court and assisting injured clients with their cases.