One of the hardest decisions a Washington couple can make is to decide that their failing marriage is irreparable and that they should divorce. Following a commitment to spend their lives together, and perhaps after having started a family, the decision to have a divorce should not be taken lightly. Once the decision is made, however, it is important to protect your legal rights and fight for what you are entitled to.
In most divorce cases in Spokane, Washington, there will be many different issues to address. Most cases involve disputes over the division of assets and debt. Others will involve disputes over alimony. Some will have special circumstances to consider, such as domestic violence issues. But, what if a couple has a prenuptial agreement? Our readers may not know, but such agreements can address many of those issues before they ever occur. One thing these agreements cannot address, however, is child custody.