How To Avoid Family Disputes Over Your Property
Far too many families end up fighting, or at least experiencing tension, over a family inheritance, but it does not have to be that way. Having counseled families for years, we offer the following advice to help your family avoid fighting over your property — while you are here and after you die.
7 Smart Steps You Can Take to Protect Yourself Financially in Divorce
If you are getting divorced, you may be worried about what it will do to your finances. Maybe your finances are heavily intertwined with your
How to Establish Paternity and Parentage in Washington State
Establishing paternity and parentage is important for many families and parents. Regardless of why you want to establish paternity and parentage, the process has the
7 Side Hustles to Make Money After Divorce
After divorce, you may find yourself living on one less stream of income than you did when you were married and want to find a
Why is a Prenuptial Agreement Critical for Remarriage?
If you are in the process of getting remarried, a prenuptial agreement may be the last thing on your mind. It should be at the
How to Let Go of the Guilt, Anxiety, and Sadness When the Kids Are With Your Ex
As a mom of four (now adult) kids, I remember well the flood of emotions that came each time they went to my ex’s, especially
How to Survive the Holidays During a Divorce
The holidays can look much different during a divorce than they did only a year earlier, and the changes can take some getting used to.
Collaborative Law for Prenups – Keep the Wedding Date
You can use Collaborative Law to support your process of creating and negotiating a prenup with your partner.
Tips for Working with a Guardian Ad Litem (GAL), Parenting Evaluator, or Investigator in Washington State
In Washington state, if you are involved in a custody dispute, which involves difficult questions related to specific needs for your children or serious parenting
How to Apologize to Your Ex
Apologizing can be hard, especially if you have a contentious relationship with the person you are apologizing to. If you want to have a polite