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Does Everything Become Community Property After Marriage in Washington?

Posted On June 15, 2021 Property Division

Community property is generally considered everything that a couple earns or acquires during their marriage – unless you have agreed upon and stated differently in a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement. However, a spouse can have separate property that does not

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Is Washington a 50/50 State for Divorce?

Posted On June 1, 2021 Divorce, Property Division

Washington is a 50/50 divorce state. This means that almost all property, assets, and debts acquired during a marriage are subject to division in a divorce—regardless of who secured them. However, it does not mean that everything will be divided

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Signs Your Spouse Is Planning a Divorce

Posted On May 19, 2021 Divorce

Hindsight is always 20/20, and many people don’t see a divorce coming. However, people often engage in a pattern of specific behaviors when planning to file for divorce.

Lack of Communication

While arguing all the time can be a sign …

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How Does a Divorce Affect a Personal Injury Settlement?

Posted On May 5, 2021 Divorce

If you are dealing with a divorce in addition to a personal injury claim, you may be wondering whether the settlement will be divided between you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse. Sometimes personal injury damages are paid all at once, and …

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What is the Difference Between a Legal Separation and a Divorce?

Posted On April 27, 2021 Divorce, Family Law

Legal separation is a legal process allowing a couple to live apart while remaining married, while divorce is the legal process of terminating a marriage. There are similarities and differences between the two, as well as advantages and disadvantages to

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