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Washington residents may wish to reconsider mediation

For Washington residents who find that they no longer wish to be married, determining how to go through with divorce is likely a decision they do not take lightly. They may want to explore their options for various proceedings, such as litigation or mediation, and decide what may work best for their circumstances. For some, mediation may be a viable option, but it may not be the most popular choice.

Unpaid child support could mean jail time in Washington

Falling behind on child support payments is an issue that can plague many Washington residents. Unfortunately, if the payments are not made as required, they could face severe punishment, including jail time. It was recently reported that authorities in another state conducted a child support sweep in order to locate parties with payment arrears.

Washington residents may consider mediation during divorce

When an individual is married to a person who is self-centered and controlling, those personality traits could potentially contribute to the desire for divorce. Washington residents may worry that separation will not go as they hope due to the potential manipulation of their spouses. In some cases, mediation may still be an option to consider, even with a difficult party involved.

Child support modification may interest Washington parents

Many Washington residents know that celebrities are not immune from facing family problems. Even if celebrity couples divorce, they may still encounter issues surrounding child support that they would like to address. Recently, it was reported that Katie Holmes may be taking steps to have her child support payments from ex-husband Tom Cruise modified.

Keeping records during divorce may help Washington residents

Taking the high road or trying to be the "bigger person" can sometimes be difficult for Washington residents, especially during tension-filled events. For many individuals, divorce proceedings can often be stressful, and this stress could lead to short tempers. However, conflict-fueled proceedings could lead to individuals facing difficult and lengthy cases that may go more smoothly if at least one party relents.

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