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Legal help may be available for parents seeking child support

When parents in Washington separate or divorce, the court will establish a child support order. After all, it is the responsibility of both parents to care for their child and meet their child's financial needs. Therefore, it is important that an appropriate amount of child support is ordered.

When may Washington grandparents seek visitation rights?

The bond between a loving grandparent and his or her grandchild can be a source of great happiness and security for both the grandparent and the grandchild. However, a messy divorce can lead to parents refusing to let a child see his or her grandparents. When this happens, grandparents may want to turn to the court to pursue visitation rights. In Washington, grandparents may seek visitation time with their grandchild after a divorce if it is in the child's best interests.

Property division factors in a Washington divorce

When a couple in Washington accumulates a significant amount of assets and personal property during the course of their marriage, they may be very concerned about what will happen to that property if they divorce. After all, the family home, furniture and artwork may have a great deal of monetary and sentimental value, and intangible assets such as retirement accounts, bank accounts and stocks are also important sources of income for many couples. Therefore, it can help to have a good understanding of how property is divided in Washington when a couple divorces.

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