Single parents in Washington who have struggled with alimony and child support payments after a divorce understand how lengthy and overwhelming the process can be. From collecting payments, to demonstrating financial need the process can lead to a lot of stress.
Spokane residents who have gone through or are contemplating divorce understand what a lasting impact the decision can make. Divorce affects relationships, finances and can take a giant emotional toll. On the other hand, it can represent the closure of one chapter and the blank page of a new chapter; and all the possibilities that come with it.
While many Spokane residents may be relieved the campaign season has come to an end, others may be asking what, if any, changes the state can expect to see. Of particular note was Referendum 74, which we all know passed in Washington state last week.
Spokane parents who have gone through a divorce and have children know that the upcoming holidays can bring unique scheduling challenges. Whether parents have joint custody or a different arrangement, the holidays can be a metaphorical tug of war.