About Peggy Sue
Peggy Sue Juergens practiced as a federal criminal defense attorney in Seattle for seventeen years. She retired from her criminal defense practice to have time to care for her elderly parents. Managing the care of her parents as well as the administration of their estates led Peggy Sue to develop her current practice of estate planning and probate. Peggy Sue counsels her estate planning clients with competence, compassion and insight.
Peggy Sue grew up in Athens, Georgia, graduated from St. Olaf College in Minnesota in 1976, received her M.A. in counseling from Bowling Green State University, and her J.D. from Seattle University in 1983. Peggy Sue is admitted to the bar in Washington and Minnesota.
When Peggy Sue is not managing her law practice, she enjoys playing keyboard in a jazz band, sailing, hiking, and skiing with her husband and two adult children.