When Washington spouses decide they no longer wish to maintain their relationships, they can seek a legally binding end to their marriage. Most people want to avoid lengthy court battles at all costs when they divorce. When it comes to child custody and related issues, spouses can devise the terms of their own co-parenting plans, and this helps keep legal expenses to a minimum.
A state attorney general's office in another state says it is ready to prosecute three cases involving fathers who are accused of failing in their court-ordered responsibilities to financially provide for their children. Each of the three men has been arrested and charged with felony nonsupport. Washington parents who pay child support, as well as those facing legal problems regarding unpaid support may want to closely follow these cases.