Family Law / International Human Rights / Civil Rights



Our Family Law Section promotes the empowerment of individuals through advocacy in the legal system.  We assist in child custody, dissolution/divorce, paternity establishment, contempt of court, child support establishment or modification, domestic violence restraining orders, spousal support or alimony, and adoptions on a case-by-case basis.  Specific case are confidential.



Kapri Law Firm coordinates and manages a Human Rights Section which oversees the efforts and mission of promoting international human rights through advocacy, awareness, and advancement in a multidisciplinary approach through policy and legal changes, grassroots efforts, education, and representation of individuals on a case-by-case basis. Specific cases are confidential.

For general information on some of our human rights work please visit:

International Human Rights



Our Civil Rights Section works with the community to enhance understanding of civil rights and advocates for victims on a case-by-case basis. Specific cases are confidential. Kapri Law has been a member of a national database of attorneys providing pro bono legal services for protesters arrested during George Floyd protests.

The founder of Kapri Law, Shadan Kapri, frequently writes about civil rights issues and published a book regarding civil rights and international human rights titled, “The Red Movement.” For more information please visit:

The Red Movement


We have also added a personal injury section to our firm to help people who have been unfairly harmed through the negligence of another or through exploitation. Our mission is to make a difference no matter how large or small. 

Contact us for more information at or 509-252-6002.  Our global mission is to make a difference no matter how big or small.  Join us by learning more about THE RED MOVEMENT

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