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December 2014 Archives

Reasons a divorce might be beneficial

For couples in Spokane and across the country, parting ways with a spouse is a difficult decision. This is true regardless of the constitution of the couple - opposite sex or same sex. It is true whether there are children or not and if there are significant assets as part of the marriage. It's important to remember that there are times that divorce might be a preferable option to staying together. Keeping various factors in mind is the key to making the determination whether or not to move forward with the end of a marriage or trying to work the problems out.

Wise strategies in a high asset divorce

People in Spokane who are ending a marriage and face the complication of a high asset divorce need to keep many things in mind as the proceeding moves forward. There are many issues that will arise and might be in dispute such as property division, how much will be paid in alimony, if there is a disagreement over custody of children and how much will be paid to the custodial parent for their upkeep. There are important tips that people who are taking part in a divorce with a vast amount of assets at stake need to pay attention to.

Resolving child support issues with legal help

When a couple in Spokane and throughout the state shares a child but is no longer together, one of the most important aspects of caring for the child is child support. Child support is not a punishment against the parent who is paying it nor is it a gift to the parent who has custody. The intention of child support is to properly care for the child based on his or her needs and the means of the parents.

How do the new state laws affect same-sex couples?

Major changes have been made recently when it comes to same-sex partners in Washington State. Understanding how these changes will affect same-sex couples is important when dealing with numerous issues. The state has provided detailed information regarding same-sex partners and how their relationships will be viewed under the law going forward.

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