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Attorney-Client Privilege: What Is It? and Why Is It Important?

Attorney-Client Privilege: What Is It? and Why Is It Important?

You have heard of the attorney-client privilege, but do you know what it means and why it is so important? What Is Attorney-Client Privilege? In Washington, confidential communications between attorneys and clients are defined in the Rules for Professional Conduct...
Discovery in Family Law: How to Obtain Information Through Written Requests

Discovery in Family Law: How to Obtain Information Through Written Requests

Have you heard that you could gather “discovery” in a court case? In the legal realm, this term is often heard in movies, our favorite crime shows, or during a court case. But what is discovery? What does it entail? We are here to demystify what discovery means to the...
Can You File Bankruptcy on a Divorce Settlement?

Can You File Bankruptcy on a Divorce Settlement?

Prior to the conclusion of a divorce, the spouses often enter into an agreement that divides their assets, determines which party will pay certain debts, and may direct that one spouse pay the other a monthly payment for support. This agreement is called a marital...
Mediation vs. Arbitration: What’s Right for Your Washington Family Law Disputes?

Mediation vs. Arbitration: What’s Right for Your Washington Family Law Disputes?

Family law cases can be emotional and complex, and often require third-party intervention to reach a resolution in cases involving asset and debt division, parenting plans, and other issues. In Washington State, two common methods for resolving disputes outside of...
How to Request Post-Secondary Education Support or Child Support for College in Washington State

How to Request Post-Secondary Education Support or Child Support for College in Washington State

What is Post-Secondary Educational Support (Child Support for College)? Post-Secondary Education Support is financial college support provided to the child(ren) by the parents for college expenses after the child(ren) graduate from high school. When the Washington...