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The Peculiarities of Family Law
When a couple decides to pursue a divorce in Washington State, there is a mandatory waiting period known as the “cooling-off period.” This period is designed to provide spouses with a chance to reconsider their decision, seek counseling, and possibly work towards reconciliation before finalizing the divorce. In this article, we will explore the cooling-off period in Washington State, its purpose, its duration, and its impact on divorce proceedings.
In family law, two primary custody options are available: joint custody and sole custody. Each option comes with its own set of advantages and drawbacks, affecting both children and parents. In this blog post, we will explore the pros and cons of joint and sole custody to help parents make informed decisions that prioritize the well-being of their children.
Choosing a good lawyer to represent you in a divorce can feel overwhelming. There are a lot of lawyers in Spokane, but not all of them are the same. And given that you’re going through one of the most difficult situations in your life, you need to know that you’re relying on the best person for the job.