Whether you are filing for a divorce or your spouse has filed, the dissolution process can feel daunting.
Dissolution is unique for each individual who faces it. I work with you to determine your goals and to help establish a plan to move through to the other side.
Divorce in Washington state
Divorce in Washington is legally called “dissolution of marriage.” This process ends the marriage. Through the process, the final orders address distribution of property and liability and maintenance if appropriate. Additionally, if you have children, the process also addresses the parenting of minor children and child support.
Washington is a no-fault state, meaning that a spouse does not have to prove wrongdoing to obtain a divorce. The general rule is that a spouse can obtain a divorce if the marriage is “irretrievably broken”. The other spouse does not have to agree in order for the other partner to file for a divorce.
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