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Recognizing the uniqueness of every divorce case

No two divorces are alike and every separation is unique. One thing that is certain, though, is that when personal relationships are involved, a breakup can become exceptionally stressful and challenging. This applies not only to a divorce for straight couples, but for same-sex partners as well.

Our Gig Harbor-based law firm was established in 1978. While we would like to believe we have seen it all, we understand the uniqueness of each divorce, whether it is for heterosexual or same-sex couples. We try to see every case through the eyes of family members. Our family law attorneys have a combined 50 years of experience in handling divorce cases. We have effectively handled both divorce and legal separation, whether contested or not, for many couples. We also have experience with military divorces.

Despite the complexity of property division, our attorneys are experienced at efficiently and effectively sorting out matters concerning the division of assets. This includes identifying separate and marital property, locating hidden assets and preparing qualified domestic relations orders for retirement plans.

Our law firm also recognizes how difficult child custody is. So we make sure that parents, despite their differences, understand what the best interests of the child are and how both spouses can compromise to achieve it. We do this not just in the custody process itself, but in preparing parenting plans.

We offer a collaborative approach for our Washington State clients. We would like them to discover that divorce does not have to be acrimonious, and the end of a marriage can be settled amicably. We also understand that collaborative divorce is not for everyone. So we can guide those spouses through a litigated divorce as well. If you would like more information on our family law practice, feel free to visit our web page.

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