Clement Law Center - Federal Way Family Law Attorney
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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 2020

Has technology destroyed your marriage?

Technology is often a constant companion, perhaps even more than one's spouse is. It is not unusual for someone to sit for eight to 10 hours in front of a computer at work only to come home and spend the rest of the evening scrolling through social media or browsing...

Considering options for child custody schedules

One of the hardest things about getting a divorce can be figuring out child custody. Even if parents are on the same page about the amount of time their children will spend with each parent, it can be challenging to find a schedule that works for everyone. Luckily,...

Divorce on the rise among older couples

Washington residents may be surprised to learn that the rate of divorce among couples over 50 has increased significantly, even though the overall divorce rate has dropped. In fact, one study indicates that the 'gray divorce" rate doubled between 1990 and...

Why women seek divorce more than men

Washington husbands might be less likely to file for divorce than their wives. The American Sociological Association reported in a 2015 study that women initiated divorce nearly 70% of the time. The reasons for this may include a lack of emotional and career support...

Will your business count as marital property?

While having a successful business is something that most entrepreneurs strive for, it is immensely difficult to reach a profitable stage and to have a business that sustains long-term success. You understand how difficult it was to reach this point with your company,...

Women file for divorce more often than men

Young women in Washington and beyond might have a hard time believing that a century ago, women in the United States were just then acquiring voting privileges. Since then, much has changed in this state and across the country. There are more women in the workforce...

Social Security benefit rules for divorced spouses

About one in five retired couples in Washington and around the country rely on their Social Security checks to provide virtually all of their income, and older spouses sometimes remain in unhappy marriages because they fear losing these benefits will leave them unable...

Divorce can be complicated — be well-informed

Most Washington spouses would agree that marriage can be difficult. There is no way to predict with 100% certainty which marriages will last a lifetime and which will end in divorce. There is also no way to know whether one will be able to navigate proceedings without...

Disadvantages of using a 401(k) during divorce

Divorce can be costly, and some people in Washington may be tempted to turn to their 401(k)s or IRAs to help pay for expenses. However, people often do this without understanding the financial implications.This was the case for one woman, a teacher who had been going...


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31919 1st Avenue South, Suite 103
Federal Way, WA 98003

Toll Free: 888-351-6779
Phone: 253-954-3351
Fax: 253-815-8458
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3418 NE 65th St., Suite A
Seattle, WA 98115

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Bellevue, WA 98007

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