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July 2016 Archives

Seeking clarification on Washington child support guidelines

When a Washington couple who has children chooses to divorce, they often go through an important decision making process regarding their family's future. Child support guidelines vary throughout the nation, and a concerned parent will want to seek clarification about the governing regulations in this state before pursuing the matter in court. Typically, whether a child's parents were once married, or have never been married, they are still responsible for providing financial support, at least until that child reaches age 18.

Maintaining control of business assets in divorce

Many Washington marriages include a spouse who was already a business owner when the marriage took place. Marriages that end in divorce often face complications regarding business assets and/or voting control if/when assets are transferred to a non-business owner through divorce. Some say prenuptial agreements help prevent such complications and should be considered by any business owner who wishes to avoid the dilution of voting power.

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