Victor Torres, Director
Law Offices of Torres & Haroldson
Hello, my name is Victor J. Torres, and I am a husband and father first and foremost. I have been married to my wife Misty D. Torres for 18 years and together we have brought into this world four boys: Tristan (13), Hayden (12), Quentin (11), and Landyn (6). We moved to Maple Valley in 2006, drawn here by the Tahoma School District and the suburban bedroom community feel that was conducive to raising a family.
I am an attorney and partner at the law firm of Torres & Haroldson, PLLC, here in Maple Valley. Rather than working in the city, I decided to bring my talents closer to home and assist my neighbors and friends with their legal issues. I focus my practice on personal injury law and handle all types of catastrophic injury cases, including those involving car accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, slip and falls, and wrongful death. The Firm also handles estate planning, family law, and guardianships. We serve individuals, families, and businesses throughout the Puget Sound area.
With our boys reaching school age, my wife Misty recently opened up Torres Mental Health Services, PLLC. Coming out on the other side of the pandemic, mental and emotional health issues have been exacerbated and on the rise. Like me, she felt the need to bring her talents to our community and assist those in need. She focuses her practice on assessing, diagnosing, and treating mental, behavioral, and emotional health disorders, relationship issues, and life challenges.
I’ve given back and served my community in all the ways that I can. I’ve coached several Maple Valley Pony Baseball teams. I am an active Rotarian working on the betterment of our community and the world through service. And, my Firm has sponsored several local organizations and events including Maple Valley-Black Diamond Chamber of Commerce, Maple Valley Rotary, Maple Valley Pony Baseball, Kent Covington Youth Soccer, and Tahoma Performing Arts Boosters.
I feel strongly that I can provide valuable service to the Chamber and its Board by advocating for the success our local businesses and the betterment of the political economy so as to provide the optimum environment in which our businesses will thrive.