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Divorce Lawyers Shoreline

Legal Advice and Guidance on Divorce

 

At Truce Law, we believe in empowering couples to approach their separation in a positive and constructive manner, free from the stress and uncertainty of a courtroom battle. 

 

Divorce is a complicated and emotionally charged process that can be difficult to navigate without proper legal guidance. That’s where a divorce lawyer in Shoreline can help. A divorce lawyer is a legal professional who understands the dissolution of marriage and can assist individuals with the legal aspects of ending their marriage.

 

Truce Law can provide guidance and representation in all aspects of divorce proceedings, including property division, child custody and support, alimony, and more. We can also help clients with post-divorce issues such as modifications to custody or support arrangements.

 

Overall, we can provide essential legal support during a challenging time in your life and help you navigate the divorce process with as much ease and minimal stress as possible.

 

Justin Aanenson, Attorney

Find divorce attorneys at Truce Law that align with you


Truce Law has divorce attorneys in Shoreline who 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 save you time and money while allowing you and your family to move on with your lives as soon as possible.


Convenient intake
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
By reaching an agreement that works for everyone with our guidance you won’t have to attend any court hearings in person.


Easy e-signature
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?


Truce Law provides a unique approach to divorce cases, and there are several reasons why hiring a lawyer from our firm can be beneficial.


Roughly 95% of divorces settle before trial, yet individuals still spend a significant amount of money and effort preparing for court. At Truce Law, we offer a more efficient and cost-effective approach. If you and your spouse can reach an agreement, we can handle your divorce quickly and at a low rate.


If reaching an agreement seems challenging, we can still assist you in finding common ground outside the courts. We use a private process to resolve family issues out of the public eye.

How it works

Amicable divorces typically involve four steps. With our guidance, you can successfully navigate the agreed divorce process.

Step 1. Choose a divorce process

Choose the best divorce for you: Uncontested, Collaborative, Mediated.

Step 2. Come to an agreement

Talk with your spouse about the details of the divorce and work with an attorney to refine the agreement.

Step 3. Draft and sign the paperwork

Once an agreement has been reached, your attorney can draft the document and have it 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.

  1. Where should I file my divorce?
  2. What do I need to prove when filing for divorce?
  3. What if I don’t want a divorce?
  4. How long does the divorce process take?
  5. How much, on average, does divorce cost in Washington?
  6. How do I start the divorce process?
  7. Who shoulders the expenses before the divorce is finalized?
  8. Will all our property be divided 50/50?
  9. Will I be liable for my spouse’s debt?
  10. Will I have to pay spousal support and child support?

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