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Does child support cover school tuition fees and college costs?

When it comes to higher education, many Washington parents would like to get their children into the best possible school they can afford. Unfortunately, the cost of education has been rapidly increasing over the last decade. Education may be one of children's needs, together with everyday expenses, health care and other costs, but it often proves financially challenging for parents who are separated, divorced or never married.

The gray area of gay marriage: same-sex divorce

Same-sex marriage is a hotly-debated topic throughout the U.S. including Washington. Lawmakers, organizations and politicians sometimes argue about the rights of same-sex couples to marry legally in their respective states. There are now 17 states that recognized same-sex marriages, and since the Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act last year, many gay partners are now entitled to federal benefits and health care coverage under Obamacare.

Why co-parenting matters to Washington children

Getting married and having children are some of the things that make life seem perfect. And residents from Gig Harbor, Washington, may anticipate that entering marriage life and raising children in their own home will be magnificent. Unfortunately, divorce is seemingly inevitable nowadays. Upon divorce, the parent-child relationship with both divorcing parents is at stake.

Child support and visitation rights of non-custodial parents

The entertainment industry is familiar with the controversy surrounding actor Charlie Sheen. Even far north of Hollywood, residents of Gig Harbor, Washington, may have heard some of those criticisms surrounding the controversial television star. Despite the scrutiny, Sheen is like any other non-custodial parent who has a parental right to spend time with his children.

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