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Important points of consideration for a Washington divorce

Before going through a divorce in Washington, it is important to look at a few crucial points that are sure to come up during the proceedings. Not only does this knowledge help you to prepare for the case, but it also ensures that you know what you want -- and rightfully deserve -- to get out of the case.

The first thing to think about is the division of property. This can range from physical items such as cars and homes to money, investments and other sources of wealth. This will need to be split up based on many different factors, such as income levels and who will be taking care of the children.

That brings us perfectly to the next point, which is child custody agreements. You and your spouse have to work out a plan to take care of the children. If possible, the courts will try to divide the time up between both of you, as this is often considered to be best for the children, and the best interests of the children are always going to drive the decisions.

A related point is child support. If one of you makes significantly less than the other or has a much larger role in the children's lives based on the custody plan, the other parent may need to pay support. You will have to agree to a plan for payment amounts and the frequency of those payments.

Do you want to learn more about the divorce process and what to expect? If so, you may find that our page on divorce can be incredibly helpful.

Source: Hodgson Law Office, "Hodgson Law Office: Divorce" Sep. 03, 2014

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