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Divorce Lawyers Federal Way

A Peaceful Divorce is Within Reach


Discover a peaceful and affordable way to handle your divorce. Choose a truce and our Federal Way divorce lawyers will work to provide a hassle-free solution that controls costs and keeps stress levels minimal.


Are you struggling with the emotional and financial toll of a contentious divorce? Using an alternate approach, Truce Law’s divorce attorneys work with you to reach a mutually beneficial agreement, focusing on the best outcome for everyone involved. This approach emphasizes respectful communication and encourages parties to find common ground, prioritizing the well-being of any children involved. 


By keeping the lines of communication open and promoting cooperation, Truce Law can help you avoid the cost, time, and emotional burden of a contentious divorce. Trust us to guide you through the process and help you achieve a peaceful resolution.


Justin W. Aanenson, Attorney

Find experienced and compassionate divorce attorneys at Truce Law

We are focused on helping clients find the best agreement for their unique situation. We will provide the legal advice and support you need to navigate through the divorce process.

Our attorneys have years of experience in family law, and we’ve helped countless clients achieve favorable outcomes in their divorce cases. We pride ourselves on being knowledgeable, resourceful, and dedicated advocates for our clients.

Convenient intake
Our intake process is convenient and stress-free. You can take our online quiz to learn about the process and provide your information securely through our online portal.  

No court appearances
We’ll help you reach an agreement without the need to appear in court in person.

Easy e-signature
You can complete the paperwork via e-signing, making the process more streamlined and hassle-free. Sign anytime, anywhere.

Meet online or in person
We understand that your schedule may be busy. That’s why we believe in offering flexible meeting options to accommodate your needs. We can meet online or in person.

Why hire a lawyer from Truce Law?

Truce Law offers a team-based approach to your legal needs, giving you the benefit of multiple perspectives and expertise. Our legal professionals, including attorneys, paralegals, and support staff, work closely to ensure each client receives personalized attention and comprehensive legal services.

Our process involves identifying your priorities and goals, facilitating communication and negotiation with your partner, and developing creative solutions to any challenges that may arise. This approach allows us to efficiently and effectively handle even the most complex legal matters, including divorce, property division, and child custody.

How it works

Divorce doesn’t have to be a battle. That’s why we offer a four-step agreed divorce process that is designed to be a more positive and streamlined experience.

Step 1. Pick a process

Select the agreed divorce process that best works for you: Uncontested, Collaborative, or Mediated.

Step 2. Discuss the details

We’ll schedule collaborative or mediation sessions to discuss the big issues or you can work through the details on your own time and bring the terms to your attorney.

Step 3. Prepare the documents

Once decisions are made we work with you to ensure all the necessary legal documents are drafted and and ready for court submission.

Step 4. Divorce without court

We’ll file your divorce papers with the court via mail or electronically, and guide you through the final steps of the process so you can move forward with confidence.

Top 10 questions asked by our clients

Having worked with several clients through the years, these questions usually arise. Contact us for legal advice on any of the following inquiries about divorce:

  1. Where should I file my divorce?
  2. What do I need to prove and what evidence should I bring?
  3. What if I don’t want a divorce?
  4. How long until the divorce is finalized?
  5. How much do Washington divorces typically cost?
  6. How do I begin the divorce process?
  7. Who pays the divorce expenses?
  8. Will all our property be divided 50/50?
  9. Will I pay for my spouse’s debt?
  10. Will I be responsible for spousal and child support?

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