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Washington parents may be concerned over child custody

In recent reports, the idea of co-parenting has been displayed as possibly the best scenario when it comes to child custody. Because this custody method allows children to have time with both parents, Washington children may be better affected than if they spent the majority of their time with only one parent. However, many individuals who do co-parent may still find child custody situations difficult to handle.

Washington residents may find phone usage helpful during divorce

Going through divorce can be difficult for many Washington residents, especially if the parties are unable to agree on terms. In situations in which agreements cannot be made, a judge will likely have to determine how divorce issues are decided. Alimony, child support and property division are just a few areas that may need to be ruled upon by a court. 

How blended families can benefit kids and teens - Part II

During our last post, we began a discussion about blended families. If you are currently navigating a divorce or have recently finalized one, you may or may not be thinking ahead to the possibility of marrying again in the future. But whether this option is on your mind now or will be at some point down the road, it will hopefully comfort you to know that kids and teens can benefit in numerous ways from being a part of a blended family.

How blended families can benefit kids and teens - Part I

If you and your spouse recently decided to divorce or are questioning whether or not you should pursue a divorce, you may understandably have concerns about how your decision making will ultimately affect your children and teens. The divorce process can be temporarily traumatic for everyone affected by it. However, this trauma is indeed often temporary. In many cases, the ultimate outcomes of divorce can benefit both the adults and the children affected by the process.

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