Author: Andrew Linden
August 9th, 2023
As a community property state, Washington considers the earnings that each spouse acquired over the course of the marriage (including retirement accounts) to be subject to fair and equitable distribution during the divorce process.
July 18th, 2023
Your business is considered an asset, meaning it will need to be addressed during your divorce. As with any other asset, determining how to allocate your business calls for a customized legal strategy to ensure that the outcome is just and equitable.
July 5th, 2023
This article provides essential guidelines on how to safeguard your mental health amidst a high-conflict custody case or divorce under Washington State family law, emphasizing on self-care, maintaining perspective, and seeking professional help.
June 30th, 2023
In this comprehensive guide, we delve into the intricacies of process service by mail in Washington State family law, shedding light on how to get permission for it, its pros and cons, limitations, and what to anticipate throughout the procedure.
June 23rd, 2023
There are various types of civil remedies available in Washington to protect the safety of domestic violence survivors, empowering them to move forward into a brighter and more stable future. Learn more by calling a caring attorney today.
June 14th, 2023
What are subpoenas? What do they do, what do they demand, and what can happen if you ignore them? Learn more about the requirements and uses of subpoenas in civil discovery.
June 9th, 2023
Did you know you can send the opposing party a list of questions they must answer? Did you know they can do the same? What are interrogatories, their limitations, and what should you expect?
June 5th, 2023
Let’s delve into the intricacies of depositions under Washington State family law, dissecting their nature, advantages, disadvantages, limitations, and expectations.
May 31st, 2023
Can you be defaulted the same day a lawsuit is filed? Yes. Learn about Washington State’s legal quirk that catches litigants off guard every year.
May 26th, 2023
What happens if an opposing party lives overseas and needs to personally receive court paperwork? Today, we learn more about the international Hauge Service Convention.