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September 2015 Archives

Washington parents may be concerned over missed child support

Many single Washington parents rely on child support from their ex-spouses. These payments can often help ends meet when it comes to making purchases for the needs of their children. If child support payments are not being made, however, parents could face considerable difficulties in making sure that their children receive what they need in order to thrive. 

Washington parents may worry about child custody

Divorce can be especially hard on children who may be involved. They may have many questions regarding why their parents no longer want to be married, who they will be living with and whether they are meant to love one parent more than the other. Child custody proceedings and outcomes often mean considerable changes in children's lives, and Washington parents may want to ensure that they feel comfortable.

Washington residents may be wary of social media during divorce

When many Washington residents think about social media, they typically consider the function to be self-explanatory: sites are used to be social. However, the information posted on social media sites could have a greater impact on an individual's life than he or she may have originally realized. For parties who are going through divorce, their social media activity could play a considerable role. 

Unhealthy marriages may lead to divorce in Washington

Some Washington residents may feel that they are in an unhappy marriage. These feelings are understandable and have been felt by many individuals across the country. In some cases, parties may simply be going through a rough patch in their relationship that later gets resolved. In other situations, however, individuals may be in unhealthy relationships and may be considering divorce.

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