McKinley Irvin Blogs from March 2014

  • What You Need to Know About Divorce and Taxes

    What You Need to Know About Divorce and Taxes It’s March, and tax season is upon us. For those who have been divorced in the past year or are in the midst of a divorce, it can be more complicated and frustrating than usual. To provide some answers for those who are divorcing or recently divorced on how to file taxes correctly and avoid common errors, we have compiled our resources on the subject. For an overview of the differences you’ll need to understand about filing taxes after a divorce, check out this blog post: How Will Your Taxes Change After a Divorce? For more ...
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  • How Facebook and Other Social Media Can Affect Your Family Law Case

    How Facebook and Other Social Media Can Affect Your Family Law Case As a society, we have become more dependent on technology and many of us have developed a strong social media presence. We share our thoughts, our photos, and our personal details on websites (and communities) such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Social media now also plays a role in many types of legal proceedings. In criminal cases, prosecutors use evidence such as photos or status updates found on public Facebook pages to prosecute crimes. In personal injury cases, attorneys have used information from social media ...
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  • 2015 Family Law Speaker Series CLEs

    2015 Family Law Speaker Series CLEs McKinley Irvin's Family Law Speaker Series is a program of free lunchtime CLEs that offer 1.0 live CLE credit. All CLEs are held at McKinley Irvin offices from 12 to 1pm. This year, the CLE topics include: 4/8 Overview of Domestic Violence (Seattle) 4/15 Intro to Army Law & Regs for Civilian Attorneys (Tacoma) 5/6 Pros and Cons of Shared Parenting: Current Research and Implications for Practice (Seattle) 6/10 How to Avoid Pitfalls in Child Support Orders (Seattle) 6/16 Divorce and College Financial Aid (Tacoma) 7/15 ...
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  • Tacoma Family Law Speaker Series - Announcing 2014 CLE Schedule

    Tacoma Family Law Speaker Series - Announcing 2014 CLE Schedule We are happy to announce the lineup for the 2014 Tacoma Family Law Speaker Series. Check out the full schedule below. These lunchtime CLEs are free and offer 1.0 live CLE credit. There are a limited number of seats. To reserve yours, email or call 253-952-4290. Please include the name of the CLE(s), your name, state bar number, and email address on your RSVP. The following CLEs are held from 12:00pm to 1:00pm at our Tacoma law office (1201 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, WA – Fountain Court Level, Conference ...
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  • How to Retrieve Your Personal Items During a Divorce

    A common source of tension and confusion for couples going through a divorce concerns the disposition of personal items that remain in the formerly shared marital residence during the course of mediation and court proceedings. Disagreements over these items, despite their relatively minor monetary value, can create costly delays in litigation or even undermine settlement agreements between the parties. Many of these hardships, however, can be avoided with a bit of planning and strategic foresight. Below are a few prudent ...
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