Divorce Lawyers Bellevue
Find Resolution Amidst Conflict
While traditional adversarial court divorces are often portrayed in movies and TV shows as the only option, there is another way. Uncontested, collaborative, or mediation divorces provide a more positive and transformative experience that allows couples to move forward with their lives in a more amicable and constructive manner.
Truce Law divorce lawyers have the experience and soft skills you need to reach the settlement that is right for you, while minimizing stress and costs. With the right tools, you can divorce collaboratively, which takes place in private with predictable time frames and costs.
Our team provides comprehensive legal advice on child custody, spousal support, division of property, and all other matters related to your divorce. We handle every step of the process for you – from filing documents to negotiating or mediating settlements. We’ll work with you to find creative solutions that meet both parties’ needs.
Justin W. Aanenson, Attorney
Find divorce attorneys that can keep your family out of court
Truce Law attorneys can assist you in filing for an agreed divorce or family order, which can benefit you financially and emotionally. Opting for an out-of-court solution can spare you the stress and hassle while allowing you and your family to start anew as soon as possible.
To make the process more convenient for you, Truce Law offers an online quiz to gather information, and you can securely provide your details through an online portal.
No court appearances
With our guidance, you won’t have to attend any court hearings in person, and we’ll help you reach an agreement that works for everyone.
Our streamlined service also includes easy e-signature options for court forms, saving you time and effort.
Meet online or in person
We understand that modern life requires flexible meeting options, so we offer online or in-person meetings that can work with your schedule.
Why hire a lawyer from Truce Law?
A divorce attorney will help you make sure you’re prepared for what lies ahead and understand all of your rights so that your settlement is fair and equitable. While anyone can argue in front of a judge, the majority of people ultimately come to a truce.
At Truce Law, we believe in starting with a truce, rather than waiting until the end. Our experienced lawyers can guide you through the divorce process and help you reach a mutually beneficial agreement that can help you move forward with your life.
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?
How it works
We understand that divorce is life-changing. That’s why Truce Law works to the process easy and stress-free for clients, which typically involves the following steps:
Step 1. Pick a process
Step 2. Discuss the details
Property and parenting issues need to be discussed. Go over specific details with your spouse and have an attorney check the agreement or work with your attorney from the beginning to come up with a plan that will work for everyone.
Step 3. Prepare the papers
After coming to an agreement, it’s time to draft and sign the pertinent documents.
Step 4. Divorce without court
File for divorce without appearing in court by submitting the documents electronically or by mail.
Top 10 questions asked by our clients
Since our first divorce case, we’ve been keeping track of the most frequently asked questions by our clients. If you have any of the following questions, please do not hesitate to contact us today:
- Where should I file my divorce?
- What proof do I need to present when filing for divorce?
- What would happen and what are my options if I don’t want a divorce?
- How long is the entire divorce process?
- How much does a divorce cost?
- How do I file for a divorce?
- Who pays for the expenses?
- Will all our property be divided equally (50/50)?
- Will I need to shoulder my spouse’s debt?
- Will I be responsible for spousal support and child support?