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Let’s Face It – Family Law is Personal

Let’s Face It – Family Law is Personal

Few things in the legal world can get as personal as a family law case. Today, the experienced family law attorney keeps pace with changes in domestic law and court procedures. Key areas where a family law attorney can help you: “We have a child, but we’re not...

3 Keys to Unlocking Your Home-Based Business Dream

3 Keys to Unlocking Your Home-Based Business Dream

Now is an exciting time to kick off your home-based small business dream and join the "Great Rethink" (in the U.S. since the COVID-19 pandemic). Whether you are selling goods or services, you want to optimize your chances of business success. A business law attorney...

Ready to Start Your Business?

Ready to Start Your Business?

You have your business concept. Now what? Where do you start? To help you decide on choosing a business structure, we want to help you take a look at the most commonly formed business entities in the US. Hopefully, you will find a profitable business model that...

3 Tips for Preparing for a Divorce

3 Tips for Preparing for a Divorce

Your marriage is unique, and chances are, your divorce will be too. We know that when your personal life turns on its ear, just getting through the day can be difficult. That’s why we suggest that you focus on the three key areas of social media, finances, and...

Safe driving tips for the mountains of Washington State

The mountains are beautiful, and you may enjoy driving through them, but they can also be dangerous. With winding roads, scary drops and the potential for ice and snow, the mountains can quickly become hazardous to drivers. The good news is that there are plenty of...

What counts as wrongful death?

Any unexpected turn of events that rips a loved one away from you will feel wrongful. People often feel intense grief after losing a family member to cancer or a cardiac event. However, the term wrongful death specifically refers to situations where someone else is...

When is guardianship the best option?

As people get older, there is a chance that they will no longer be able to care for themselves or take care of their finances the way that they used to. According to the Washington State Council on Aging, guardianship is an option when an adult has significant trouble...

Financial strategies for non-working spouses during divorce

Divorce is never easy, but it is especially frightening if you depend on your spouse financially. As a non-working spouse, you don't have any income of your own. You don't have a recent job history either, which means that getting a good job could be difficult. If you...

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