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Greater Spokane Chamber of Commerce Members

Posted On October 20, 2016 Family Law, Firm News, General Law, Recognition

Member of the Greater Spokane Chamber of Commerce

The Twyford Law Office is proud to announce its membership in the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce.  Membership offers an opportunity for the firm to become more deeply involved in …

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Spokane Windstorms May Interfere with Parenting Plans

Posted On December 10, 2015 Divorce, Family Law, Firm News, Parenting Plans, Spokane Divorce, Spokane Family Law

Spokane family law attorneys understand that inclement weather can cause problems for parents who are trying to comply with a parenting plan. That concern is particularly pressing as windstorms, snow, falling temperatures, and major power outages cause problems for …

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Can I Move from Spokane and Take My Kids with Me?

Posted On December 7, 2015 Children, Custody, Family Law, Firm News, Relocation, Spokane Custody, Spokane Family Law

Parents living in Spokane often ask their family law attorneys whether they can move their children to another city or state. The answer will depend upon the unique circumstances of your situation. The most important rule to bear in mind …

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Michael Phelps Discusses His DUI Conviction

Posted On December 4, 2015 Criminal Defense, Criminal Law, Drunk Driving, DUI, Firm News, Overcoming DUI, Spokane DUI

Drivers who are arrested for driving under the influence in Spokane and other Washington communities understand what Michael Phelps meant when he told Sports Illustrated that he was in “a really dark place” after his 2014 DUI arrest. An arrest …

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How Much Time Do Children Spend with Each of their Divorced Parents?

Posted On December 2, 2015 Children, Custody, Divorce, Family Law, Firm News, Parenting Plans, Spokane Custody, Spokane Divorce, Spokane Family Law

Parents making child custody decisions during a divorce in Spokane and other Washington communities may be interested in the most recent report of the Washington State Center for Court Research (WSCCR) concerning the way Parenting Plans allocate time between parents. …

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