McKinley Irvin Bellevue Divorce Attorneys
Located in Washington’s second largest city center, our Bellevue office serves residents on the Eastside and throughout King County and Washington. McKinley Irvin’s divorce lawyers provide trusted counsel and representation tailored to each client’s unique situation, goals, and needs. We have substantial experience representing clients in the technology industry, including characterizing and valuing business interests, stock options, and other executive compensation benefits.
Exceptional Divorce And Family Law Services In Bellevue
At McKinley Irvin, our legal team has helped thousands of clients navigate the complexities and emotional turbulence of divorce and other family law matters. By dedicating our practice exclusively to family law, we are equipped with the experience and insight needed to successfully resolve our clients' cases. Our family lawyers are passionate about helping the individuals and families we serve, and make exceptional client service a priority.
We can help with a wide range family law matters, from standard divorce, custody and support cases to the more complex areas of the law, such as divorces involving high value and complex property division, international family law, and non-traditional family issues. When you contact our Bellevue family law office, we will help you find the attorney best suited for your particular situation.
Communities We Serve
Our Bellevue office is ideally located for residents on the Eastside of King County needing premier divorce and family law representation. We are pleased to make our services easily accessible to citizens of Bellevue, Kirkland, Woodinville, Newcastle, Redmond, Issaquah, Sammamish, and Renton, and anyone wishing to avoid the often-congested bridges to the Westside. For the convenience of our clients, we also facilitate consultation and ongoing client meetings through videconferencing and teleconferencing, which provides local clients an excellent opportunity to avoid traffic, and out-of-state and international clients an opportunity to speak face-to-face with their attorney despite great distances.
Schedule a Consultation with an Attorney
If you would like more information about your case, your rights, and how our firm can help, we invite you to contact our firm to schedule an appointment. Our attorneys can consult with you in person, by phone, or via videoconference.
McKinley Irvin Bellevue Family Law Firm
601 108th Ave NE, Suite 1900
Bellevue, WA 98004
Map / Directions
DIRECTIONS TO OUR BELLEVUE OFFICE AT KEY CENTER:
601 108th Avenue, Suite 1900
Bellevue, WA 98004
Traveling North on I-405
- Take Exit 13A to NE 4th St.
- Turn left on NE 4th St.
- Turn right on 108th Ave NE.
- Key Center is located toward the end of the block on the left-hand side.
Traveling South on I-405
- Take exit 13B to NE 8th St.
- Continue on to NE 8th St.
- Turn left on 108th Ave NE.
- Key Center is located toward the end of the block on the right-hand side.
Parking and Office Access
The parking garage entry is located adjacent to the building on 108th Avenue. The garage is labeled “Key Center” parking. Please bring your parking voucher to your consultation, so we may validate it. From the garage, take the elevator to the building lobby. Please find the building elevator around the corner and proceed to the 19th floor.
Our office is located in the business center of downtown Bellevue, within walking distance of many hotels, restaurants, and upscale shopping centers.
Key Center: Starbucks, City Soups, Jimmy Johns, and Chantanee Thai Restaurant and Bar are all located in the Key Center building.
Hotels: There are many hotels to choose from in Seattle’s satellite city. Here are a few within walking distance of our downtown Bellevue office:
Childcare: Drop-in childcare is welcome at the following locations if space is available. Call in advance to coordinate.
Pet Care: Call to learn about dog daycare options, requirements, and to schedule in advance.
Bellevue Family Law FAQs
How do I choose the right attorney?
There are a few simple things to keep in mind when choosing the best divorce or family lawyer. We strongly advise working with a family law attorney who is experienced in cases similar to yours, is associated with an office with enough resources available to provide you with both the legal and personal service you desire, has an excellent reputation in the legal community, and is someone who you personally connect with. With over 40 attorneys firmwide and having represented thousands of clients for over 25 years, McKinley Irvin has deep experience in all aspects of divorce and family law and enjoys the highest professional recognition. Equally important, our attorneys are not only great at practicing law, they are great people. Check out our post “How to Find a Divorce Lawyer” for more resources and links, and review our “Ten Questions to Ask When Choosing a Family Law Attorney”.
How is child support determined in Bellevue?
Child support is determined by the court using Washington State support guidelines. Both parents’ income, resources, and amount of time spent with the child will be considered. Read our Guide to Getting a Divorce in Washington to learn more about Washington child support guidelines and further financial implications surrounding divorce with children.
Will I be able to keep my separate property?
In most cases, divorce courts in Washington will award each spouse his or her own separate property and divide the marital property. The court will award one spouse's separate property to the other only in unusual circumstances and only if doing so is found to be equitable under the circumstances. Learn about the division of debts and assets in our Guide to Getting a Divorce in Washington State. Speak to a McKinley Irvin Bellevue divorce attorney about protecting your separate property.
How long does a divorce take in Bellevue?
Divorce in Washington State takes a minimum of 90 days, due to a mandatory waiting period after filing and serving a petition for divorce. However, divorces usually take between four to eighteen months to be resolved, depending on the complexity of the circumstances. Learn about factors that contribute to the length of the divorce process in McKinley Irvin’s blog post “How Long Does a Divorce Take.”
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Careers at McKinley Irvin Bellevue
Our Bellevue office hosts a team of hardworking and collaborative individuals who are dedicated to providing top family law representation. At McKinley Irvin, we believe in delivering the highest quality service and work product possible, while at the same time maintaining a supportive and respectful company culture. We invest in our firm’s talent by providing resources for professional growth, including training and mentorship. We strive for greatness in family law practice and law firm business administration, believing that top tier lawyers working with professional business managers is the best way to ensure an optimal experience for both clients and our team of professionals.
Interested in joining McKinley Irvin's team of professionals?
- Visit our Careers page for current job openings.
If you are interested in a career at McKinley Irvin in our Bellevue office, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (425) 329-3861.
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McKinley Irvin is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or any other category prohibited by local, state or federal law. This policy applies to all aspects of employment, including recruitment, placement, promotion, transfer, demotion, compensation, benefits, social and recreational activities and termination.