While most parents are able to cooperate about their child traveling internationally, some parents have well-founded concerns about their ex-partner taking their child to another country. These concerns often arise in the context of highly contested divorce and child custody

More and more couples are executing prenuptial agreements prior to getting married, which likely corresponds to the fact that couples tend to be older when they marry, thus putting more assets at stake. No matter the value of assets involved,

Any couple who intends to or is currently going through a separation or divorce can execute a separation contract in order to settle any issues of dispute. These issues might include the division of property, the payment of debts, the

Divorce is an emotional process, and all too often, individuals involved in divorce tend to make decisions that are not in their best interests, especially when it comes to finances. Unfortunately, financial fallout from divorce is more common than not,

In the state of Washington, divorce is “no fault,” which means that the only legal ground for divorce is an “irretrievable breakdown” of the marriage. An irretrievable breakdown simply means that the couple’s marriage is permanently broken and cannot be

Under Washington law, a parent must pay child support until the child turns 18 or graduates from high school, whichever occurs later. Once that child has graduated, however, he or she may wish to go on to college. It can

In the state of Washington, the child’s preferences are one of the factors that a court will consider in making a determination about the contents of a parenting plan, which includes custody and visitation. The court may give more weight

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