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5 Star Adoption Review

By |May 3rd, 2018|5 Star Reviews|

5 Star Review Adoption Review People are the most important part of our business. That's why we work so hard to have great service. Here is an exciting example of a 5 star experience that we would lie to share with you. We feel great about a job well done, but we [...]

5 Star Review

By |April 25th, 2018|5 Star Reviews|

5 Star Review by Geri We just received a review from someone who is thrilled about our top notch 5 star service, and now we are excited to share the great news with you. Let's take a look... When someone takes the time to reach out to us about our great service [...]

Non-Parental Custody In Washington

By |February 7th, 2018|Family Law|

Non Parental Custody In Washington Non-parental custody cases are disputes over the custody of a child usually between the biological parent(s) and a non-parent. Typically the non-parents asking for custody are relatives such as grandparents, aunts and uncles. There is a high burden of proof on non-parents to establish grounds for custody of a [...]

Step Parent Adoption

By |August 15th, 2017|Adoption Attorney|

Step Parent Adoption Step parent adoptions are adoptions where someone’s spouse adopts their child.  This type of adoption requires the consent of the spouse of the adopting step parent and usually also requires the termination of the parent-child relationship of the other parent. The most common step parent adoption is where a husband [...]

Family Law Relocation Cases

By |June 26th, 2017|Family Law|

Family Law Relocation Cases Relocation cases are often the most emotionally difficult cases in family law. If you are seeking to relocate with your child (ren) I can advise and represent you to ensure that your intended relocation is processed according to the law. If you wish to prevent the relocation of your [...]

Witness Instructions

By |May 19th, 2017|Family Law|

Witness Instructions Following are some general instructions for testifying as a witness in court or in a deposition.  The most important witness instruction is to tell the truth. There are two ways to tell the truth.  One is a halting, stumbling, hesitant manner which makes the jury or judge doubt you are telling [...]