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Want to know what a Washington State Divorce Lawyer wants to know when you first meet with him or her once your case has been accepted? This video spells it all out for you, and explains why the details really matter. Take notes :)

#MeetingWithYourLawyer

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This state is one of only a handful of states whose courts divide marital property is roughly equal shares. Known as a "Community Property" state, courts by and large do not take into account fault when carving up the marital pie. 

#DividingAssets

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Among other factors, #Alimony   gets determined by how long the marriage lasted and the ability of each spouse to be (or become) self-supporting. 

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Your divorce doesn't have to become the typical bomb-throwing event most couples endure. There are alternatives to battering each other legally. 

1. Collaborative Divorce - See the links above
2. Mediation - this process can:
a. offer greater privacy than resolving the issues in a public trial. 
b. be faster and less expensive, 
c. reduce the level of conflict between you and your spouse during your divorce.

#Mediation is a process that attempts to resolve differences with the help of a trained, impartial third party.  Parties are brought together in a neutral setting by a trained Mediator, with or without attorneys. 
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To get an annulment in this state, one must select from a short list of grounds and be prepared to provide evidence to the court that will convince the judge that your annulment petition should be approved. Click on both links below:

http://www.divorcerecoverysuite.com/drs/divorce-topics/annulment/

#Annulment

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Attorneys incorporating collaborative divorce in their services are encouraged to list their bio and a link back to their web site in this section.

#CollaborativeLawAttorneys  
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If you are a practicing divorce or family law attorney in this state, we invite you to list your bio and a link back to your web site in this section.

#WashingtonStateAttorneys  
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#ChildCustody will be determined by a variety of factors, including how involved each parent has been in caring for their child, and which parent is more likely to encourage a relationship between their child and the other parent.

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Washington State uses a mathematical formula to determine #ChildSupport terms. Additional factors can be viewed here:
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