Divorce Lawyers Lakewood
A Fair and Equitable Divorce Is Possible
Keep your divorce costs low and your stress levels even lower with Truce Law – the hassle-free solution for a peaceful, affordable divorce. Choose our divorce lawyers in Lakewood for expert guidance and support throughout the entire process.
Are you intimidated by the endless conflicts and arguments that are associated with traditional divorce? Truce Law offers a solution-oriented approach that minimizes stress, maximizes cooperation, and leads to a fair, affordable resolution for everyone involved.
With our cooperative divorce services, you can amicably negotiate an equitable settlement with your spouse, avoiding the need for court involvement, and ultimately saving precious time, money, and emotional strain. Furthermore, by hiring an attorney to draft your documents you can be confident that they are in full compliance with legal requirements.
Justin W. Aanenson, Attorney
Find dependable divorce lawyers at Truce Law
Our experienced divorce lawyers can help you find common ground and work toward a solution that benefits everyone involved. We’ll start by identifying your priorities and needs and then use our negotiation skills to communicate effectively with your partner and navigate the legal system with ease.
We will strive to reach a resolution that is fair and just for both parties. Our goal is to help you move on to the next chapter of your life with as little stress as possible.
Our intake process is designed to be hassle-free, and you can get started from the comfort of your own home. Our online quiz will help you learn about the process, and you can provide your information securely through our online portal.
No court appearances
We guide you to an agreement that works best for you, and you won’t have to attend any in-person court hearings.
Our team understands the value of your time, which is why we provide a streamlined service for e-signing court forms.
Meet online or in person
Our firm understands that people need flexible meeting options nowadays, which is why we can meet you online or in-person, whichever works best for you.
Why hire a lawyer from Truce Law?
At Truce Law, we believe that the best outcomes come from working together. That’s why we offer a team-based approach to your legal needs, giving you the benefit of multiple perspectives and skillsets. Our legal professionals, including attorneys, paralegals, and support staff, collaborate closely to ensure each client receives personalized attention and comprehensive legal services.
This approach allows us to efficiently and effectively handle even the most complex legal matters, including divorce, child custody, and property division. We are committed to building strong relationships with our clients, listening to their needs and concerns, and providing sound legal advice and guidance at every step.
How it works
Agreed divorces typically involve four steps. With our years of experience, you can have peace of mind knowing you’re in good hands throughout the process.
Step 1. Pick a process
Step 2. Discuss the details
Work through the details of your divorce with your spouse whether that is in a group discussion, in mediation, or on your own.
Step 3. Prepare the papers
Once an agreement is reached, we will work with you to draft and fine tune the forms, so they reflect your agreement and are ready to be signed by both parties.
Step 4. Divorce without court
Obtain a judge’s approval by sending the paperwork by mail or online.
Top 10 questions asked by our clients
Since our first divorce case, clients have been asking us the following questions. If your inquiry is not listed below, feel free to reach out to us.
- Where should I file my divorce?
- What do I need to prove when filing for divorce?
- What if I don’t want a divorce?
- How long does the divorce process take?
- How much, on average, does divorce cost in Washington?
- How do I start the divorce process?
- Who shoulders the expenses before the divorce is finalized?
- Will all our property be divided 50/50?
- Will I be liable for my spouse’s debt?
- Will I have to pay spousal support and child support?