Creating Lasting Memories this Holiday Season

The holidays are typically depicted as a special celebration of the traditional - and intact - family. For this reason, when there is a significant life change it can leave parents and children feeling disappointed, conflicted, and unsure how to make the season merry. Fortunately, it is possible to create joy and meaning into the holiday season by setting new routines and embracing them with love, enthusiasm, and Read More

Washington Parents: What You Need to Know About Relocation Under Your Current Parenting Plan Agreement

Are you thinking about relocating and wondering if you can relocate with your child? If you currently have a court order outlining custody and visitation rights between yourself and the other parent, then you are under certain obligations as the custodial parent to ensure proper timely notice is provided to the non-custodial parent. Child relocation law in Washington State requires you to make some considerations Read More

A Brief Introduction to Alternative Dispute Resolution for Family Law

Just a few decades ago when a couple was going through a divorce, it meant they would typically be heading to court. Even couples that were attempting to end their marriage amicably could be drawn into courtroom litigation that fostered resentment rather than healing. Today, a growing majority in the divorce industry are realizing that for many couples, the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) techniques is a Read More