Family and Parenting

A Guide to Reaching Your Estate Planning Goals

A Guide to Reaching Your Estate Planning Goals

Many people delay estate planning because facing sickness and death can be uncomfortable. However, preparation is necessary to have your wishes honored as you intend. With this in mind, consider the following suggestions to stay focused on these estate planning goals.

How to Approach your Partner for a Divorce

How to Approach your Partner for a Divorce

The thought of how to approach your partner for a divorce can be stressful, even if you believe they will take the news “well.” The upside is there are ways to communicate your intentions that can minimize the uncomfortable feelings you are experiencing while helping to make the conversation go more smoothly.

Probate in Washington State

10 Divorce Tips to Help You Prepare

Unsure where to begin gathering the foundation you need to go through the divorce process with confidence and well-prepared? Consider the following 10 tips to prepare for divorce.

Why Are Legal Fees So High?

Why Are Legal Fees So High?

A common question about legal fees is why they are so high. The following article details what is built into legal fees and explains their cost.

Why Gifting an Estate Plan Is an Act of Love

Why Gifting an Estate Plan Is an Act of Love

Gifting an estate plan is an act of love because an estate plan goes far beyond material possessions, addressing the emotional, practical, and long-term well-being of your loved ones.

How to Get a Prenup In Washington State

How to Get a Prenup in Washington State

Prenuptial agreements (also known as prenups) can play a pivotal role in safeguarding individual spousal rights in the event of divorce and can also strengthen a marriage.

Valentine’s Day Survival Guide for Singles

Valentine’s Day Survival Guide for Singles

Valentine’s Day can be tricky for single parents, maybe even you. Unpartnered, at least for the time being, you might not foresee your plans fitting into conventional images of the holiday. But that doesn’t have to be. Valentine’s Day, when you’re single, can be more than a day you need to survive. It can be a day to look forward to.

Is January Actually ‘Divorce Month’?

Is January Actually ‘Divorce Month’?

Classifying January as divorce month could be misleading, given how some of the numbers tell a different story. However, one thing remains clear: January is a great time for a fresh start.