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August 2011 Archives

Approaching prenuptial agreements in a healthy manner

When most couples in Clark County get divorced, one of the most contentious elements of the process can be dividing the couple's finances. If one spouse earns most of the income, should he or she be required to share that money with the other spouse? If one spouse brought more money into the marriage, how will that money be divided in the divorce?

National campaign to end domestic violence with smart phone app

In Washington, domestic violence can include a wide range of actions. In some situations, an individual may call the police if he or she feels threatened, regardless of whether the individual is actually in physical danger.

Budget cuts impact ability to enforce child support payments

The warrant unit is a group of at least 20 marshals, many who come from different backgrounds and have varied experience. They are paid subcontractors who round up parents who have outstanding warrants for not paying child support. Every state has them, including Washington.

Should Schwarzenegger pay spousal support? Understand his stance.

When a couple has been married for a significant period of time, they grow accustomed to a new lifestyle together. For many couples in Washington, that means living more extravagantly and enjoying things that would not be available without two incomes. However, if the marriage ends in divorce, one spouse may be expected to provide financial support to the other spouse to help him or her maintain that lifestyle.

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