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Family Law

Uncontested Divorce

When both parties agree on most major issues,

your situation may qualify you for an uncontested divorce.

What is an Uncontested Divorce?

In a contested divorce, both parties rely on a judge to make the final decisions in regards to child custody, child support, asset distribution, debt allocation, and spousal support. With an uncontested divorce, both parties are able to come to an agreement without needing the court to intervene.

Representation by a Washington Family Law Attorney

If you and your spouse are in agreement about the divorce specifics, you may find a “cheap divorce” or “do-it-yourself divorce” service attractive. Don’t fall for it! These are filing services performed by paralegals, and they are not, by law, able to legally represent you. Even with an uncontested divorce, you need a qualified and experienced family law attorney with your best interests in mind.

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