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International Child Custody During Coronavirus

International Child Custody During Coronavirus

Seattle and Bellevue are home to a fluid cultural community of international high-tech professionals recruited by Facebook, Amazon, Google and Microsoft. It’s what makes living in the Northwest a true springboard to the world. But for global families, the adventure of living here can quickly...

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Coronavirus/COVID-19, Photo by Sharon McCutcheon

Practicing Family Law During Coronavirus COVID-19

Here at DCLG we are very well aware that your family law issues will continue even as COVID 19 completely changes the way we communicate and practice law. We know that times of crisis are opportunities to dig deep and be nimble. Our entire team is...

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Coronavirus

Co-parenting in the Time of Coronavirus

On March 13, Governor Inslee declared a state of emergency under the Stafford Act. Courts in other states have closed and King County Superior Court is also taking precautions. The depth of the collective anxiety of self-quarantining is palpable. For those of us who operate under...

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Divorce

Top 5 Tips for Working Moms Getting Divorced

Top 5 Tips for Working Moms Getting Divorced

When I became a mother, I remember grappling with the decision of whether or not to continue working at the same pace I worked before motherhood. A mentor who is a lawyer and mother of three reconciled my dilemma for me. She advised me to think of motherhood as just...

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Divorce Issues Facing Women Business Owners

Divorce Issues Facing Women Business Owners

Women business owners rock. I just spent a weekend at a retreat with twenty amazing women and it reminded be why I love working with these types of women in their divorces. Talk about multitaskers! How do we manage to do it all day in and day out? When do...

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Divorce a Narcissist - Re-calibrate Your Life

Divorce a Narcissist – Re-calibrate Your Life

Sometimes I wonder – do only optimists get married?  The American Psychological Association estimates that approximately 40-50% of marriages end in divorce.  Yet, people dream of their wedding days from the time they are children. Civil rights activists have fought for this basic fundamental constitutional right to be granted equally...

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Child Custody

Coronavirus

Co-parenting in the Time of Coronavirus

On March 13, Governor Inslee declared a state of emergency under the Stafford Act. Courts in other states have closed and King County Superior Court is also taking precautions. The depth of the collective anxiety of self-quarantining is palpable. For those of us who operate under the confines of a Parenting...

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Child Relocation Act

The Buzz about Washington’s Child Relocation Act

  It's no secret that housing prices in King County are skyrocketing . Plus, in this global economy, job hopping is no longer frowned up and out of state job transfers are commonplace. Exciting new jobs can turn a longstanding parenting arrangement upside down. To avoid creating panic on both sides, it's a...

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Kids Divorce Top 5 Back-to-School Tips

Kids & Divorce: Top 5 Back-to-School Tips

Support Your Kids Instead of Struggling with Your Ex I’m not sure how it can already be that time of year when we start gathering immunization records, filling out school forms, and downloading the school supply list. For many divorced parents, summertime is when residential schedules loosen up. But, the...

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DuBois Cary Law Group is available during Coronavirus/COVID-19

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