Spokane residents who have not received child support payments regularly or at all understand the emotional and financial toll the process can take. The initial belief that a court order will be followed can quickly be replaced by a sinking feeling when checking empty mail boxes, month after month. A parent can feel disappointment, anger or resentment; and with good reason. The money that they receive is critical for the upbringing of their child. Without the support, a parent may find themself in financial distress.
Spokane residents who have gone through a divorce understand that it can take a hefty financial toll. While divorce may seem like the beginning of a new chapter in your life, it can also mean increased bills and unforeseen expenses not originally contemplated when signing the dissolution papers.
Separately, the topics of taxes and divorce make most people cringe. The combination of the two may drive some to pull their hair out. With tax season peaking its hungry head just around the corner, recently divorced Spokane residents may be faced with having to rethink and evaluate their filing of taxes, and may need to anticipate how the effects of being newly divorced may affect their filing.
Spokane grandparents understand the truly unique and overwhelming joy that grandchildren bring. Grandparents can play a huge role in a child's life, and in unique situations, can sometimes become a primary caretaker or guardian of a child.