Use of Illegally obtained information in court.

We recently represented a client where the opposing party used a “nanny cam” to record audio and video of our client and the children. In case you didn’t know, this is ILLEGAL in Washington. The issue was fully briefed to the court and all of the “evidence ” was stricken and deemed inadmissible. We also […]

Determining Custody for Children of Divorce

If you are divorcing in the State of Washington, you probably already know most of the basic procedures that you must follow in order to obtain the divorce. You are also most likely aware that filing for the dissolution of a marriage in which children are involved is quite a bit more complicated. For example, […]

Divorce Resources

Many people forget that divorce is just as emotional for someone as the decision to get married was. Despite the fact that the marriage has soured and is no longer viable, divorces often come with a heavy sense of sadness, loneliness, and even deep feelings of failure. If you or someone you know has recently […]

How to File for Divorce in Spokane

Divorce law varies from state to state, and the state of Washington is no exception. If you find yourself looking to file for divorce in the state of Washington, it is important that you arm yourself with knowledge of the specific process you will need to follow when filing. A trained and certified Washington divorce […]

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