25 Sep Ending Your Marriage: Do You Need an Attorney?
A divorce is an emotional and stressful time in which it’s easy to react without thinking everything out. That means it’s also easy to make mistakes that can cost you your relationship with your children, your property, or your money. Deciding on how to move forward after calling it quits, from a legal standpoint, can be both difficult and complicated. This is true even if both you and your partner are in complete agreement about ending the relationship.
No matter the reason for ending the marriage, it is always recommended to have an initial consultation with a Family law attorney so they can help you decide the right way to move forward in the divorce process. A good Family law attorney will discuss your options with you and develop a case plan specifically for your family. What may be the best plan for your family can differ depending on a number of different considerations.
Washington State has two main options for ending a marriage: Annulment or Divorce. Both of these processes can be complicated and if not done correctly from the beginning, can become more costly for you in the long run. If you are ending your marriage, our Family law attorneys at LaCoste Law, PLLC can help.
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