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Divorce Lawyers Redmond

There’s Truce in Conflict


If you’re looking for a divorce process that aligns with your values, consider choosing Truce Law. With us, you can enjoy a more amicable and efficient divorce process, with lower costs and less conflict, allowing you to focus on your future and move forward with your life. 


With the help of an experienced Redmond divorce lawyer, uncontested divorces can be swift and economical. Save time, money, and stress with Truce Law. We believe in amicable divorces, so you can rest assured that your case will be handled expertly and confidently.


With years of experience in Washington state family law, we will take care to ensure your rights are protected throughout the process. We ensure that all details are taken care of promptly and accurately so you can move on with your life quickly.


Justin Aanenson, Attorney

Find the Right Redmond Divorce Attorney     


Truce Law divorce attorneys focus on reaching an agreed divorce or family order. Opting for an out-of-court settlement can be the best decision financially and emotionally. It saves you time and money and enables you and your family to move on with your lives.

Convenient intake
We have designed our intake process to be hassle-free for you. Our online quiz will help you learn about the process, and you can provide your information securely through our online portal.  

No court appearances
Our team will guide you to an agreement that works best for you, and you won’t have to attend any in-person court hearings.

Easy e-signature
We provide a streamlined service for e-signing court forms, saving you from the tedious process of printing and mailing them. 

Meet online or in person
Our firm understands that people need flexible meeting options nowadays. We can meet you online or in-person, whichever works best for you. We prioritize our clients’ convenience and satisfaction at Truce Law.

Why hire a lawyer from Truce Law?

With a divorce lawyer, the legal process can be smoother and less stressful. A divorce lawyer can provide legal advice, help you understand your rights, and advocate for your interests in negotiations. They can also handle the paperwork and ensure that all legal requirements are met, reducing the risk of errors that could lead to delays or complications.

Without a divorce lawyer, the process can be more challenging, especially if you and your spouse have disagreements regarding the issues to be resolved. You would have to navigate the legal system and represent yourself, which can be overwhelming and stressful. You may also be at a disadvantage in negotiations.

How it works

Agreed divorces typically follow a four-step pattern that can be tailored to your needs with our assistance. Here is an overview of each step:

Step 1. Pick a process

The first step is to choose the most appropriate divorce process for your situation. You can select from Uncontested, Collaborative, and Mediated.

Step 2. Discuss the details

After choosing a process, you’ll need to talk about the specific details with your spouse, in an uncontested case that is does on your own and in a group setting through collaborative or mediated divorce.

Step 3. Prepare the papers

Once you have reached an agreement, you can start preparing the necessary paperwork. We’ll take the lead and guide you through the process, so you know exactly what is needed.

Step 4. Divorce without court

Finally, you can finalize the divorce without having to appear in court. Documents can be easily filed by mail or electronically for the court to review and sign off on them.

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:

  1. Where should I file my divorce?
  2. What proof do I need to file for divorce?
  3. What if I don’t want a divorce?
  4. How long will it take to divorce?
  5. What is the average cost of divorce in Washington?
  6. How do I begin the divorce process?
  7. Who pays the bills before the divorce finalized?
  8. Will all our property be divided equally?
  9. Will I be responsible for my spouse’s debt?
  10. Will I have to pay spousal and child support?

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