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Divorce is one of the toughest challenges a family can face, but it is possible to transition from marriage to divorce peacefully, with respect, and without causing your children unnecessary trauma.

In addition to the emotional issues in a divorce, there are a number of practical decisions that must be made. Ending a marriage requires former spouses come to terms concerning:

  • Division of property
  • Division of assets
  • Child custody and visitation
  • Spousal and child financial support

Washington is a no-fault divorce state, so nobody is required to prove wrongdoing to obtain a divorce. Despite nobody being at fault, you can easily feel as if you are being punished or treated unfairly, especially if your former spouse is being unreasonable.

Washington divorce laws are complicated. Judges are given a great deal of latitude to make rulings. There is no mathematical formula for determining spousal support or how assets are divided. The court attempt to make decisions that are fair and equitable, but these definitions vary from marriage to marriage and judge to judge. You need someone working on your behalf that understands the state’s complicated divorce laws and ensures your rights are protected.

Your Children are Your Number One Priority

It is important to protect your children during divorce. Every family is unique and there is no single approach that is going to work for every case. Working with attorneys who understand that children are your main priority can mean the difference between a happy, well-adjusted child and one that struggles to accept his or her parents’ divorce.

You Need a Divorce Attorney Now

Many of the decisions made early in a divorce affect the permanent arrangement. Temporary custody and support arrangements can play a significant role in the long-term scenario, so it is important you begin working with an attorney the moment you decide to divorce or you are served with divorce papers.

Divorce attorneys will help you with:

  • Temporary orders involving the use and possession of property including the family home and vehicles
  • Temporary parenting plan
  • Temporary child support and spousal maintenance
  • Final divorce orders
  • Post-judgment modifications to support or custody orders
  • Post-judgment actions for enforcement of custody or support

If you are planning to divorce or your spouse has requested a divorce, we can help. We know how important it is for you to protect your family. Our priority is protecting your rights and ensuring your children are shielded from the potential misery of a divorce.

Feldman and Lee, P.S. provide experienced support and advocacy throughout your divorce. We assist in protecting your rights and we aggressively represent your interests in negotiations, arbitration and mediation, or at trial. To learn more or to schedule a consultation, contact our offices in Kent, Lynwood, or Marysville.

Contact / Office Location

Lynnwood Office
19303 44th Avenue West
Lynnwood, WA 98036
Phone: (425) 771-3600
Fax: (425) 775-8016

Kent Office
604 West Meeker Street
Suite 206
Kent, WA 98032
Phone: (253) 859-2488
Fax: (253) 859-2295

Marysville Office
519 Beach Avenue
Marysville, WA 98270
Phone: (425) 771-3600
Fax: (425) 368-3610