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Moving or Relocating with Children After Divorce: A Collaborative Approach
If you are divorced or separated and have primary custody of the children or if both parents share custody of...
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Limitations of Establishing the Best Interests of the Child Standard During Divorce (and Why Collaborative Divorce is Best)
Child custody disputes can arise when a couple with children chooses to get divorced or separate, or if a parent...
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Seattle Collaborative Divorce vs. Mediation
Every couple must ultimately decide how they’ll go about filing for divorce. There are generally three avenues you can take that can result in a successful divorce settlement: Contested Divorce, Collaborative Divorce, and Mediation. Because mediation and collaborative divorce don’t involve litigation, the similarities can result in some confusion about the crucial differences between them.
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Seattle Collaborative Divorce Attorney’s Guide to Negotiating a Divorce Settlement
When negotiating your divorce settlement base your negotiation on objective standards, use mirroring and strategic empathy to understand where the other side is coming from, base your divorce settlement on values rather than specific goals or fixed dollar amounts, and finally, work with your collaborative attorney to brainstorm solutions.
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Tips for Co-Parenting in the Summer
Successfully Co-Parenting in the Summer
The change in seasons means a change in schedules and a potential significant disruption to the Spring-Fall custody calendar. Here are our five tips for ensuring that you and your co-parent can give your kids a summer they will love.
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Divorce
Can My Ex Claim Money After Divorce?
Spousal support goes by a few different names throughout the country – including alimony and spousal maintenance. This blog answers common questions about mandated financial support for ex-spouses, explaining the situations in which the court may award one party with support and how it works.
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Can a divorce lawyer subpoena facebook messages?
Can A Divorce Lawyer Subpoena Facebook Messages?
One in three divorce cases cite at least one social media source as evidence, so it’s important to know how they may be used in court. In divorce, a subpoena may be issued detailing what information is being requested and by when. Such information may be used for or against an argument and impact the court’s verdict.
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What’s the Difference Between Divorce and Dissolution?
There’s no ‘easy way’ of going through a separation. However, there are several options available than can lessen the stress of ending a marriage. Depending on where you live you may have the option of a divorce or dissolution.
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Man Kicks Girlfriend’s Dog, Court Finds Domestic Abuse
It is about doggone time someone stood up for our furry friends.  Today in a landmark decision the Supreme Court ruled that animal cruelty committed on a domestic partner’s animal was considered domestic abuse. 
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