Co-parenting in the Time of Coronavirus

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 Plan, the pandemic is a […]

Tips from a Bellevue Divorce Lawyer

Worried Single Expectant Mother

What you expect when you’re expecting…. and you’re not married. A friend of mine used to say, there is a reason why mother nature designed pregnancy to take 9 months – because you need time to get used the idea of being 100% responsible for a small person. Whether you’re the one giving birth or the […]

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 school year requires increased coordination […]

Why is a Power of Attorney a Dorm Room Essential?

Why is a Power of Attorney a Dorm Room Essential?

So your son or daughter is heading out of the nest this fall. You’ve worked hard for years (and so has your kid!) to get those acceptance letters, pick just the right school, and start the long-anticipated process of leaving home for the first time. This will be a special summer. Congratulations to everyone! But, […]