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Getting through the hard times of divorce

When people in Washington make the decision to divorce, it can be difficult to adjust to the changes that come with the end of a marriage. In some cases, people may deal with emotional shocks, especially if they were not anticipating the request for a divorce. In...

More young people opt for prenuptial agreements

When younger people in Washington decide to marry, a growing number of them are considering prenuptial agreements before tying the knot. According to a study conducted by the American Association of Matrimonial Lawyers, 62% of divorce lawyers said that more clients...

The division of intellectual property in a divorce

Splitting up assets while splitting up your marriage is a common source of stress and contention. It takes time gathering financial records, valuating each item or entity and deciding what to do with it. The process entails following state laws on community and...

What is supervised visitation?

Some divorcing parents in Washington are able to easily work out all aspects of the divorce, including a child custody agreement that both parents are happy to uphold. However, for others it is not so easy because they may have a complicated situation at home that...

Money and divorce

When couples get married in Washington, they usually do so with high hopes for their marriage. While it is expected that there will be a period of adjustment, most couples intend to remain married for the rest of their lives. Still, there is often an expectation that...

Decide where to file for divorce

When Washington military couples decide to get a divorce, they may think it does not matter where they file. However, when it comes to filing for divorce, military families usually have more options than civilian families, and people may want to consider all of their...

Will collaborative divorce work for a high-asset couple?

Perhaps your marriage has lasted for many years, but growing differences have caused you and your spouse to consider divorce as the only solution for your unhappy union.However, you may dread going to court for various reasons. If that is the case, why not consider...

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