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How Can I Protect My Business During a Divorce?

Posted On May 22, 2023 Divorce,Family Law

Divorce is undoubtedly a challenging and emotionally taxing experience, but with careful planning and proactive measures, you can protect your business during this difficult time. Here are some practical steps to safeguard your business and minimize potential disruptions.

Obtain a

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Does Divorce Affect My Credit?

Posted On May 6, 2023 Divorce,Family Law,Property Division

Contrary to popular belief, divorce itself does not directly impact your credit score. Your marital status is not a factor that credit reporting agencies consider when calculating credit scores. However, the financial consequences of divorce can indirectly affect your credit …

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When Is Divorce a Good Idea?

Posted On April 28, 2023 Divorce,Family Law

Divorce is often viewed as a negative event, but in some situations, it can be an opportunity for growth, both for individuals and for families. While divorce is not a decision to be taken lightly, there are certain situations where …

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Stay-at-Home Mom Divorce Rights in Washington

Posted On April 9, 2023 Divorce,Family Law

In Washington state, stay-at-home moms have divorce rights that they can use to protect themselves and their children.

Spousal Maintenance

Spousal maintenance, also known as alimony, is a payment made by one spouse to the other spouse to provide …

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Are Secretly Recorded Conversations Admissible During a Divorce in Washington?

Posted On April 1, 2023 Divorce,Family Law

Secretly recorded conversations can be admissible as evidence in a divorce case in Washington, but only under certain circumstances. If you are considering recording a conversation, it is crucial to understand the state’s privacy laws and consult an attorney …

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