Family Law Blog

A little knowledge can go a long way to protect your assets and family relationships. Planning can save headaches and money, and can provide peace of mind. The articles and tips in this section of the McKinley Irvin website are intended to help you understand and prepare for some of the more common issues you’ll encounter in a divorce, child custody, or other family law matter.

Please be advised that family cases can be very complex. The information provided here should not be construed as legal advice in your case.

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Veteran Attorney Elizabeth Michelson Joins MI in our new Everett Office

We are thrilled to welcome our newest partner, Elizabeth Michelson. After practicing family law in Snohomish County for nearly four decades, Liz has joined McKinley Irvin as Of Counsel and will be ...
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The Ongoing Financial Implications of a Divorce

If you and your spouse are moving toward a divorce, now is the time to start thinking about money. Not just legal expenses and attorney fees, but the continual financial implications of a separation ...
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Could Divorce Put Your Business at Risk?

When business owners and entrepreneurs get divorced, what is already a difficult process can get even more complicated. Here's how: If you are a business owner thinking about divorce We urge you ...
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2016 Seattle Family Law Speaker Series CLEs

These lunchtime CLEs hosted by McKinley Irvin are free and offer 1.0 live CLE credit. There are a limited number of seats. To reserve yours, email CLE@mckinleyirvin.com or call 206-625-9600. Please ...
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What I Wish I'd Known Before My Divorce

In our years of practice, we have handled countless divorce cases under a variety of circumstances, but one thing is clear: divorce is a huge decision that should not be taken lightly. Before you ...
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MI Welcomes New Partner Teresa Foster to our Vancouver Office

We are excited to introduce our newest partner, Teresa Foster. Teresa is an undeniable asset to our growing Vancouver office, just as she is to the family law clients she has spent over 15 years ...
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3 Tips for Business Owners Contemplating Divorce

Every person facing divorce feels anxiety regarding money and assets. The divorce process can be especially worrisome – and complicated – for individuals who are also business owners. To ...
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Steps to Procuring an Order of Protection in Washington State

If you are a victim of domestic violence seeking a divorce in Washington State, you may be in need of an order of protection. This blog serves to clarify how to obtain an order of protection in ...
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Dating Considerations for Divorcees with Kids

With the divorce rate in the U.S. still lingering around 50 percent, many children experience the split of their parents before reaching the age of 18. Most parents head back out into the dating world ...
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How to Start a Divorce in Washington State

Divorce in Washington State is called “dissolution of marriage” and begins with a petition. In short, the petition defines your stipulations regarding spousal support, property division, ...
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