The process of divorce sounds complex and scary, but it doesn’t have to be. Here’s how to file for divorce in Washington state.
Many of us consider pets part of the family, but how does the law view them in divorce?
The division of property plays a big role when it comes to ending a marriage, but it’s also important to know how courts treat shared debt in divorce.
Following divorce, parents face a number of new issues, one of which is child support. But how does the state calculate child support?
Though marijuana use in Washington State is now legal, it carries a stigma, and, like it or not, can still impact child custody cases. Here’s how.
There are 2 types of property division. There is community property, which means the state views all property and debts acquired during a marriage as belonging equally to both spouses. There is also separate property, meaning it belongs to one spouse or the other.
Just because you have a divorce agreement down on paper, that doesn’t mean everyone will automatically play by the rules.
Like trying to alter most court-issued decrees, child support modification in Washington isn’t particularly easy, but it is possible.
Mudslinging and conflict are common occurrences in divorce, but when abuse allegations come into play, that changes things dramatically.