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Solving child support problems in Washington

For most people, raising children is never easy and is often highly demanding physically, emotionally and financially. The task is even more challenging for newly divorced or single parents. This is why child support has become such an accepted part of divorce settlements. Unfortunately, some Washington parents fail to take their child support obligations seriously and leave the custodial parent to make up for the loss. Such disregard of responsibilities puts the child at risk because child support typically pays for necessary everyday and major expenses, such as groceries, healthcare and education.

Our law firm has more than 50 years of collective legal experience, especially in the area of collaborative law. We have handled cases for divorcing couples and unmarried parents who needed to settle their child support obligations. Our lawyers have helped people go through the process smoothly and efficiently. When possible, we help parents settle their differences amicably for their own sake and for the best interests of their children.

Our law firm will also work to find an appropriate way to settle child support matters arising from delinquent payments. We let delinquent payers know what lies ahead and how continued failure to make payments can mean license suspensions and criminal charges. We also work with parents who need child support modifications because they have fallen on hard times and cannot easily meet their obligations.

Despite our attempts to strike a compromise, we will not hesitate to use aggressive legal tactics when necessary. Washington parents can check our website for more information about our child support services.

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