No one wins in divorce court. Call a truce.

Work with an attorney who understands the benefits of finding an agreement first. Our collaborative process can save you thousands and help you move on peacefully.

Simple, affordable divorce

Divorce Lawyer Seattle, Tacoma & Olympia

Adversarial divorces are known for high conflict, high stress, and high costs ranging from fifteen to two hundred thousand dollars. Skip the battle and save thousands with an uncontested Truce divorce starting from $1500.

Justin W. Aanenson, Attorney
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Benefits of collaborative family law

Filing an agreed divorce or family order is your best choice financially and emotionally. When you find a solution outside the court you save time and money, plus you and your family are able to move forward with your lives as quickly as possible.

Convenient intake

Learn from our online quiz and provide your info through a secure online portal.

No court appearances

We'll guide you to an agreement, letting you skip the in person court dates.

Easy e-signature

We provide a streamlined service allowing clients to quickly e-sign court forms.

Meet online or in person

Nowadays people need flexible meeting options. We work with your schedule.

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Why call a truce?

Over 90% of divorces settle before trial, but people still spend big and prepare for court. Truce Law offers a better way. If you agree, we’ll handle your divorce fast, for a low rate. If you’re struggling to compromise, we’ll help you reach common ground outside the courts. In each case, we use a private process to resolve family issues saving clients thousands. Anyone can argue in front of a judge, but the vast majority of people eventually call a truce. Why not start with one?

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How it works

Agreed divorces follow the same general four step pattern. Decide what's right for you and let us know how we can help.

1
Pick a process

Choose the best divorce process for you: Uncontested, Collaborative, Mediated.

2
Discuss the details

Discuss specifics with your spouse and fine tune the agreement with an attorney.

3
Prepare the papers

With an agreement reached you're ready to put pen to paper and draft the documents.

4
Divorce without court

File by mail or electronically, allowing a judge to sign off without a court appearance.

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Testimonials & reviews
If you are still able to work together and looking to part ways amicably, then I suggest giving Truce Law a call. Save time, headaches, and money.
Jeremy R
Lynnwood, WA
Not only was I kept informed with updates throughout the process in a timely fashion he consistently offered a caring and patient approach.
Cevon R
Seattle, WA
Exactly what and who I needed to help me. He is very knowledgeable, professional and the attention he gave me was unprecedented.
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Bellevue, WA
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