Marysville Law Blog

Coronavirus and Your Estate

In the process of a few weeks, the coronavirus has gone from an isolated disease in a distant land to a pervasive pandemic impacting us all. Over the course of one week alone, public gatherings have been reduced time and again, and now have been eliminated altogether....

How can you help your children deal with your divorce?

When you decide to go through a divorce, you want the best possible outcome. After years of marriage, you realized that staying with your spouse would make life worse for both the two of you and your children. But the divorce process can still be hard on your kids....

Parental alienation is harmful to child emotional growth

Sharing parenting duties with an ex-spouse can be difficult. After all, you may disagree with how your former partner chooses to raise your kids. Still, you should be able to trust your ex to do what is right for the children. Unfortunately, that does not always...

Modifying child custody issues in Washington

Setting up a parenting plan through the court system can be a stressful time, especially when young children are already dealing with their new reality of divorcing parents. A final court order sets in place where your children will be living, how much time they spend...

Mediating divorce is an easier route

The idea of getting a divorce may make you cringe. While you and your spouse agree that it is the best path for your family, it makes you nervous. Starting over is not easy, and doing so with kids as a single parent is a prospect you never thought possible. You do not...

Unique issues facing divorcing seniors

Unique issues facing divorcing seniors An interesting phenomenon has occurred in recent years. An increasing number of people have divorced later in life. This is “gray divorce,” and it results in many people spending their golden years single. In these cases, the...

WHEN SOMEONE DIES

If you are consulting this post, then you have likely suffered a recent loss. Though I do not yet know you, I express to you my sincere condolences as I understand what you are facing. Grief is very real. It impacts each one of us uniquely, but it is not uncommon. And...