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Bliss Law Group regularly sends an informative e-newsletter that covers timely topics for our clients and others who are interested in Washington family law. Each newsletter offers news, tips, insights and more about many family law topics, including the following:

  • Useful Tips for Planning a Divorce or Separation
  • Understanding Your Rights during a Divorce
  • How to Protect your Children during a Divorce
  • Helping your Children adjust to Two Households
  • Your Finances and Career after Divorce
  • Taking care of Yourself during the Legal Process
  • And Much More!

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Newsletter Archive

Browse past editions of our newsletter below!

2018

June 2018 – D-I-Why?: Why DIY Legal Options Are Dangerous When It Comes to Your Family
May 2018 – Because Hindsight is 20/20: 4 Ways to Prepare for a Separation or Divorce
April 2018 – 4 Tips for Healthy Co-Parenting After Your Divorce or Separation
March 2018 – How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Could Impact Your Family Law Case
February 2018 – Social Media Use During Your Divorce

2017

December 2017 – Peace of Mind in the Holidays
October 2017 – Communication Tips for Parenting During the Holidays
September 2017 – Does Your Family Have an Emergency Plan?
August 2017 – Back to School with Bliss
July 2017 – Who Gets the House and the 401K?
June 2017 – Bliss Law Group and Your Summer Challenge!
May 2017 – This Condition Affects 1 in 20 Children, but No One is Talking About It.
April 2017 – Sharing Is Caring: 6 Tips to Help You Adapt and Thrive With Shared Custody
March 2017 – Keeping Wonder Alive
February 2017 – Valentines, Chocolates, Cupid and…..Uncle Sam?
January 2017 – Washington Parents: What You Need to Know About Relocation Under Your Current Parenting Plan Agreement

2016

December 2016 – Creating Lasting Memories this Holiday Season
November 2016 – A Brief Introduction to Alternative Dispute Resolution for Family Law