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Our office is open. At Clement Law Center, the safety and wellbeing of our clients and employees come first. In response to COVID-19, court hearings and all conferences with client and prospective clients will be by phone. We are not conducting in-person court hearings or meetings. Our staff will often be working remotely during this time. Our office will be checking voicemail and will return client calls as soon as possible. We continue to offer free phone consultations.
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Month: February 2019

Maintaining normalcy during the divorce process

Ending a marriage can bring up hard feelings, and it can interfere with daily life in different ways. Some people become very anxious and stressed out about what they are going through, while others may feel sad or even experience positive feelings such as optimism...

Am I eligible for BAH post-divorce?

You will probably still get your basic allowance for housing after a divorce, but there are many factors that could affect it. You, like most service members, probably depend on these funds. If you anticipate some difficulty in keeping current with your housing...

How interstate custody battles work

If you and your spouse are getting a divorce, you may live in different states. This can complicate a variety of legal, financial and emotional issues, especially in regards to child custody. Fighting for custody rights across state lines can get ugly and...

What is imputed income?

Part of your responsibility as a parent is to provide financially for your child. Courts in Washington take this responsibility very seriously when it comes to ordering child support, taking many different factors into consideration to determine how much each parent...

Major reasons people choose to divorce

There are a number of issues that may lead couples in Washington to decide to end their marriage. Whether those incompatibilities were evident from the beginning of the relationship or a breach of trust shattered the relationship, a significant number of people choose...

Can grandparents get custody of their grandchildren?

Across the country, grandparents fight for custody of children trapped in poor living conditions or mixed up in bad situations. Instead of letting the state take the children to foster care, grandparents have tasked themselves with raising them.How difficult is...

Military divorce and a child’s emotions

Divorce can be incredibly tough for many couples and this is especially true for military families. Moreover, the emotional toll of bringing an end to a marriage can be even more difficult for those who have kids. It is also important to be aware of the different ways...

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