Preparing For Divorce In Your State
Each state has its own laws involving divorce, and if you are facing divorce or will be soon, you want to be sure you and your lawyer are abiding by Washington’s divorce laws. When a lawyer is not familiar with the details of the state laws, they may not be able to help you secure the best possible outcome in your divorce.
At Brian Murry, Attorney At Law, PLLC, I pride myself on being straightforward and honest with my clients. I do not mince words about the reality of their situation, and I do everything in my power to help them secure a favorable outcome for their legal needs. I am proud to serve clients throughout the Tacoma community, and I am ready to help you.
How I Serve My Clients
There are a lot of legal challenges that can arise in a divorce. When my clients come to me for the experienced and knowledgable family law representation they need, I guide them through issues like:
- Parenting plans
- Child support
- Enforcement of orders contained in the divorce decree
- Post-decree modifications
- Issuing contempt orders against parents who violate court orders
Washington is a “no-fault” divorce state, which means that state courts will not take into consideration which spouse may have caused the divorce when it comes to dividing assets. You can trust that I will act on your behalf to make your voice heard and secure a fair outcome in your divorce in accordance with the state law.
Act Now For The Guidance You Need
The sooner you meet with an attorney about your divorce, the more time you give them to build a strategy that you can count on. If you are ready to meet with me to discuss how I can help you and your family through your divorce, call me at 253-330-8985 or email me here. Now is the best time to reach out to an attorney, so contact me today.