Tonilynn Savage was born and raised in Washington State. While serving in the U.S. Army, Ms. Savage Completed her undergraduate work in legal Studies at Kaplan University. With a desire to practice law and help children and families, Ms. Savage earned her Juris Doctor from Gonzaga University School of Law in 2016.
Once at Gonzaga, Ms. Savage immediately began distinguishing herself as a leader by working at a level beyond what was expected. During law school, she worked in a family law firm and the Elder Law Clinic where she practiced family law and elder law under supervision. She dedicated hundreds of hours to serving the low-income population of Spokane, Washington through the Volunteer Lawyers Program. Because of her dedication to service, she was recognized as the Volunteer Law Student of the Year for 2014 by the Spokane County Bar Association.
Ms. Savage was admitted to the State Bar of Washington in 2016. She is a knowledgeable, passionate, dedicated advocate for her clients, with a focus on all aspects of family law including divorce, separation, custody, child support, division of property, relocation actions, and spousal maintenance (alimony). Ms. Savage especially enjoys sorting out complex issues of law and helping families achieve outcomes that all parties can comfortably live with. During and since graduating from law school, she has assisted on and conducted many successful trials. She enjoys litigation and loves to fight for her clients. She volunteers with the Volunteer Lawyers Program providing pro bono legal advice to those in need.
She resides in Yakima, Washington with her four daughters. She enjoys playing with her girls, hiking/walking, camping, watching baseball, and spending time with her family. Ms. Savage is pleased to advocate for families in the community she grew up in. She joined the Ashby Law team because she believes in the firms personal and compassionate approach to family law.