Can every divorce be collaborative?

Collaborative Divorce

I’ve practiced family law for over 15 years and spent much of that time litigating in the courtroom.  In a traditional divorce case, the fear of going to court is regularly used by mediators, lawyers, and parties as a “motivator” to settle the case.  Going to court is one way to get the job done […]

Navigating Shared Expenses and Co-Parenting After Divorce

Shared Expenses Post-Divorce

Divorce is undoubtedly a challenging process, and when children are involved, navigating shared expenses and financial obligations can add another layer of complexity. As a family law firm, DuBois Levias Law Group’s primary goal is to help divorced parents smoothly manage co-parenting responsibilities while ensuring that their children’s needs are adequately met. There are a […]

Drafting Parenting Plans

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If you are getting divorced in Washington and have children, you need a parenting plan to finalize your divorce. The first step is to think about a residential schedule that you believe is best for your child(ren). You know your child(ren) the best.  In an uncontested divorce, parents may be able to talk through a […]