Divorce & Family Law in Washington & Oregon

US News Best Law Firms BadgeFamilies can be complicated. And for many facing a family law matter, the future can feel both uncertain and overwhelmingly complex. Having served thousands of clients over the past 21 years in Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, and other cities throughout Washington, McKinley Irvin divorce lawyers have successfully represented clients in all types of family law cases, from basic divorces, to complex property and financial cases, to cases on the leading edge of family law practice.

Because divorce and family law is all we do, we keep up to date on the latest laws and developments in Washington and Oregon. We are also leaders among our peers in new practice areas like international family law, domestic partnership divorce and family law, collaborative divorce, and high conflict divorce and family law litigation.

Every McKinley Irvin client benefits from our firm’s extensive experience, professional leadership and our unique commitment to exceptional client service.

Our Practice Areas

Since our firm’s founding more than 20 years ago, our divorce and family law practice has always focused on one priority: serving our clients and achieving their goals.

  • Divorce
    • Cooperative & Collaborative Divorce
    • International Divorce & Child Custody
    • Invalid Marriages & Annulments
    • Legal Separation
    • Military Divorce
    • Property & Debt Valuation
    • Restraining Orders
    • Second Opinion Review
  • Child Custody
    • Child Custody in Divorce Cases
    • Father’s Rights
    • Hague Convention and Child Abduction
    • Non-Parental Child Custody
    • Parenting Plan Modifications
    • Paternity and Parentage
    • Relocation
  • Child Support
    • Child Support Enforcement
    • Child Support in Divorce Cases
    • Child Support Modification
    • Post-Secondary Education Support
    • Setting Child Support Obligations
  • Gay & LGBT Family Law
    • Child Custody for Same-Sex Parents
    • Civil Relationships
    • Divorce for Same-Sex Couples
    • Domestic Partnerships
  • Adoption
    • Domestic Adoption
    • Second Parent Adoption
    • Step-Parent Adoption
  • Unmarried Couples
    • Intimate and Committed Relationships
  • Domestic Violence
    • Protections Orders
       
  • Estate Planning
    • Wills

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