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  • Are You Familiar with Our Firm's Client & Professional Partnership Referral Program?
    Are You Familiar with Our Firm's Client & Professional Partnership Referral Program?

    As Pacific Cascade Family Law begins to expand and with the recent opening of our Tacoma office , we are looking forward to growing our list of professional partnerships throughout both Clark and ...

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  • Important Things to Know About Washington State Parenting Plans
    Important Things to Know About Washington State Parenting Plans

    When parents make the difficult decision to get a divorce or legal separation, the most important issue that faces them is how to handle their future relationships with their children, which includes ...

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  • How and When Non-Parent Relatives Can Get Visitation with a Child
    How and When Non-Parent Relatives Can Get Visitation with a Child

    Is there a child in your life who is deeply important to you but isn’t your biological or legal offspring? Whether you’re a grandparent, an aunt or uncle, or a person who has simply created a trusting ...

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  • Washington Divorces Involving  Military Families: How They’re Different and What You Need to Know
    Washington Divorces Involving Military Families: How They’re Different and What You Need to Know

    A Washington military divorce creates several unique issues as compared to a typical civilian divorce , which can impact the lives of military service members, as well as their families, quite ...

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  • Do You Qualify for an Annulment in Washington?
    Do You Qualify for an Annulment in Washington?

    Whether from a family member, online forums or pop media, you have most likely heard of the word, “ annulment ”, and like many, may have thought of it as just another way to get divorced. In fact, ...

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  • Divorce in Your Golden Years
    Divorce in Your Golden Years

    Divorce is difficult no matter what age you are, but it can be compounded if you’re ending a long-term relationship. The term coined for divorcing after your forties is “gray divorce”. A gray divorce ...

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