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FAQs about Prenuptial Agreements

Posted On January 19, 2021 Divorce

Marriage is a big step, and even if you’re certain it is with the right person, a prenuptial agreement can give you peace of mind. It isn’t required, but it is often a good idea if one or both spouses

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What Happens if My Spouse Won’t Sign the Divorce Papers?

Posted On December 17, 2020 Divorce

The decision to divorce can be extremely difficult, and many couples find themselves with opposing views. If your spouse refuses to sign the divorce papers, you can still get a divorce in Washington state. As long as your spouse is

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Talking to Your Children about Divorce

Posted On December 8, 2020 Divorce,Family Law

Children need to be told that their parents are getting a divorce. However, this news can come as quite a shock, no matter how much a child knows about their parents’ relationship. Preparing for the conversation and thinking through

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Self-Care Tips for Divorcing Clients

Posted On November 20, 2020 Divorce

Going through a divorce can be one of the most difficult situations you ever have to face, especially when children are involved. It’s important to find ways to cope as you transition, and acknowledging your feelings and those of your

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What is a QDRO and Does Your Divorce Need One?

Posted On October 14, 2020 Divorce

A QDRO (pronounced “kwadro”), is a Qualified Domestic Relations Order that creates an alternate spouse’s right to receive all or a portion of the benefits payable under a retirement or pension plan. Since any of your marital assets can be

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