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Preparing for Divorce

Whether you only recently began thinking about divorce or the idea has been on your mind for years, it is important to be aware and prepared for what might happen next. Especially if you have children with your spouse, you will need to be knowledgeable about all of your legal options.

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Will Cheating Affect My Divorce Case?

Few things can end a marriage more contentiously than infidelity. The betrayal felt by the spouse cheated arouses emotions of anger and hurt which can greatly impact how both spouses respond to attempts to agree on the terms of the dissolution.

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Divorce vs. Annulment vs. Legal Separation

Divorce, annulment, and legal separation are among the possible options to dissolve or end your marriage legally in Washington State. A divorce is a formal way to dissolve a marital union, while an annulment declares the marriage null and void, just like it never happened.

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Do I Need an Attorney for My Divorce?

You may be considering a divorce or have been served divorce papers by your spouse. Even if it is the expected outcome of your marriage, it can be lonely and risky to handle it on your own. How do you know your best interests will be protected in the process?

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Divorcing Later in Life

It’s important that you understand your options when it comes to a late-life divorce. Before you make any decisions, be confident that you’re taking the right steps to protect your financial situation.

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Understanding the Pros & Cons of Prenuptial Agreements

Getting married is one of the biggest decisions a person may make in their life. However, marriage may also involve a number of other difficult decisions, such as signing a prenuptial agreement, also known as a prenup.

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Estate Planning Terms to Know

A recent Caring.com survey reveals that only 42% of adults in the U.S. currently have estate planning documents such as a will or living trust.

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I’ve Been Appointed Executor. Now What?

If you’ve been named the personal representative in someone’s will, when that person passes away, you will likely become the executor of the estate in probate court. Here's what you should do next.

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Creating a Business Succession Plan

No matter your age, if you own a business, you should have a business succession plan in place as part of a comprehensive estate plan. Your company, like your grandmother’s antique hutch, is an asset. If you want to decide who receives your assets and who takes the helm of what you have built, you need to have a business succession plan. Without it, the court will decide your company’s fate.

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Dispelling Estate Planning Myths

Although the idea of estate planning is straightforward — the process of planning for a person’s future and that of their loved ones — many people aren’t quite clear on what such planning entails.

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