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What Divorcing Couples Should Know About Filing for Bankruptcy

If you are wondering whether to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy before or after your divorce is finalized, there are a few factors to consider. Looking closely at your household income, assets, and the number of debts you owe will help you make an informed decision.

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Family Law

Top Financial Traps to Avoid During Your Divorce

While you may be tempted to move quickly through the divorce process, make sure you don’t fall prey to financial mistakes that could harm your future. Budgeting, researching how shared property will be divided, and handling debt head-on can ease the financial burden of your divorce.

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Family Law

Three Ways to Co-Parent Successfully Following a Divorce

Going through a divorce is challenging enough, but trying to put on a brave face for your children can add additional stress. By tending to your needs, being present for your child, and working productively with your ex, the co-parenting experience can feel more successful.

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Family Law

How Property is Divided During a Divorce in Washington State

As a community property state, Washington follows specific guidelines for dividing up property during a divorce. A judge will consider many factors, such as your income, assets, number of children, and more when determining an equitable division of property.

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Family Law

How to Make Your Divorce Less Difficult

Divorce can be stressful, but there are several ways you can make the process smoother on yourself and your family. Taking it one step at a time, investing in self-care, and educating yourself about your options are concrete methods of easing stress during your divorce.

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