Welcome to Ashby Law

Ashby Law is Eastern Washington’s largest Family Law firm, providing unrivaled legal counsel and support to families throughout the region.

With offices in the Tri-Cities, Walla Walla, and Yakima, Ashby Law is a regional leader in Family Law advocacy. Ashby Law’s family law expertise includes Divorce, Child Custody & Support, Relocation, Domestic Violence and Adoption matters. At Ashby Law, our experienced and compassionate Washington family law attorneys understand your family’s needs and work to help you resolve your family’s issues in a manner that encourages everyone to heal and move towards a brighter future. En Español.

Ashby Law is a family law firm dedicated to practicing all areas of family law from standard to more complex family law situations- Ashby Law is at the forefront of Family Law. Our team has years of experience in various facets of family law including divorce, legal separation, child custody matters, relocation, parenting plans, division of assets, international cases, and domestic violence protection matters.

  • Divorce

    Divorce

    Divorce

    Ashby Law understands that the end of a marriage is never easy. A divorce can turn your entire world upside down. Every aspect of your life may be in flux. Your residence, standard of living, relationships with your children, and daily routine may all be changing. We understand that the end of a marriage is never easy. A divorce can turn your entire world upside down. Every aspect of your life may be in flux.

  • Child Support Child Support

    Child Support

    Child Support

    Both parents share the responsibility of raising a child. Ashby Law can help ensure your child receives the financial support required for a healthy, happy upbringing. Child support payments remain the same unless and until the court modifies the child support. If either parent experiences a significant change in financial circumstances, Ashby Law can guide you through the proper legal procedures.

  • Domestic Voilence Domestic Voilence

    Domestic Voilence

    Domestic Voilence

    Not every relationship ends well. When emotions run high during a divorce, violence or the threat of violence is an unfortunate reality for many couples. If your spouse or former partner has threatened you or your children, you deserve the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your family is safe.

  • Child Custody Child Custody

    Child Custody

    Child Custody

    For every parent, child custody is the most heart-wrenching aspect of divorce. Divorce can also be difficult for children. In many instances, a child may feel like he or she has to pick sides or choose between parents. This is especially true when it comes to determining with whom the child should live.

When families need to deal with legal concerns, it can be difficult to keep emotions in check. It is important to work with a Washington family lawyer who is sensitive to the needs of your family, willing to fight to protect your legal rights, and able to help you focus on what matters most to you.

Issues involving the dissolution of a marriage, custody of children, adoption, domestic violence, or other family legal matters should be handled by an experienced family attorney who not only understands how the laws apply to your situation but also understands people and the complex issues that arise during family law proceedings.

How Can a Family Lawyer Help?

A knowledgeable legal team can help minimize conflict and ensure that parties understand their legal rights and obligations in a variety of different types of situations. Some areas where a family lawyer can assist in to create smooth life transitions include:

  • Assisting with adoptions, whether through an agency or private arrangement
  • Drafting prenuptial agreements
  • Devising a fair and amicable division of property
  • Preparing for divorce proceedings
  • Handling child custody arrangements
  • Mediating family disputes
  • Protecting partners in domestic disputes
  • Creating legal separation agreements

Of course, this is only a partial list of the law services available through a family law firm. A private consultation can address concerns about whether an issue should be handled by a firm that practices family law.

WITH OFFICES IN THE TRI-CITIES, WALLA WALLA, AND YAKIMA OUR EXPERIENCED TEAM SERVES YOU WHERE YOU ARE.

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  • Divorce
  • Divorce
  • Domestic Voilence
  • Child Custody

Dissolution of Marriage Process

The process of ending a marriage can be stressful and emotionally draining, and it can be difficult to think rationally when economic factors enter the equation. It is helpful to consult with a Washington family lawyer early in the proceedings to consider different options and avoid making mistakes regarding custody, separation of property, and other issues.

No two people are exactly alike, each divorce situation is unique. To successfully create enforceable and equitable separation agreements, parenting plans, and other legal documents used in divorce proceedings, a divorcing couple may need good family lawyers to listen to their concerns and explain how the laws will apply in their particular situation.
Numerous factors can complicate matters, requiring investigation and careful consideration. Some of the more common factors that complicate divorce proceedings include contested child custody issues, domestic violence concerns, military service, international issues, or parties with unique physical issues or property concerns.

The Domestic Abuse Prevention Scholarship

Domestic abuse is a serious issue that affects families across the country. As family lawyers, the attorneys at Ashby Law would like to recognize students that advocate on behalf of domestic abuse victims. The Domestic Abuse Prevention Scholarship will award one student $1,000 to be used towards their education. For more information, visit our scholarship page.

Make sure to stay educated and up to date with the most recent trends and stories regarding family law around Washington state.

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