Guide To Divorce Process Published In Recent Article By The Family Law Department at the Anderson Hunter Law Firm

Anderson Hunter Family Law has recently released a checklist for individuals who are considering or in the midst of a divorce.

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Make sure that your interests are well represented and that you begin with a proper understanding of how the process will unfold.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 06, 2014

Couples or individuals considering divorce will greatly benefit from reading the informative and practical article released by the Family Law Department at the Anderson Hunter Law Firm. This article provides a comprehensive checklist on the process of filing for divorce, giving individuals a realistic overview of what a divorce case entails and what they can expect as they move through the legal process.

If you are interested in learning more about Anderson Hunter Family Law, please visit us at - http://www.andersonhunterlaw.com/personal/family_law.

The article explains considerations individuals should evaluate prior to filing for a divorce, as well as various court procedures and mediation, a process that allows parties to settle their divorce without the expense and emotional toll of a trial.

According to the article, “A mediator is a person who acts as a go-between as the parties in the divorce negotiate a settlement. Mediation allows you to settle the divorce situation based on your own perception of what is fair, rather than an outside party making a decree that is outside of your control.”

Even in situations where parties agree or where the issues seem uncomplicated, the decisions made in a divorce are legally binding and final. Anderson Hunter strongly recommends that those considering or currently pursuing a divorce work closely with their divorce lawyer to minimize complications and ensure their rights are protected and the outcome is fair.

As noted in the article,“Many people assume that it’s fine to file for divorce without the assistance of a divorce lawyer. However, there are many disadvantages to doing so.”

They explain that the processes of property distribution, child custody, child support, and spousal support are all significant issues that can be difficult to negotiate without the expertise of a divorce attorney for guidance. How these issues are settled may ultimately be unfair (or worse, done improperly) without the help of a professional.

A legal expert will be able to provide you with the knowledge to keep the process moving smoothly, rectify any disagreements, and help you to handle a possible court proceeding,” Anderson Hunter advises.

“These matters can be very difficult to navigate on your own. Make sure that your interests are well represented and that you begin with a proper understanding of how the process will unfold.”

About The Family Law Department at Anderson Hunter Law Firm:
The attorneys in the Family Law Department at the Anderson Hunter Law Firm, G. Geoffrey Gibbs and Laurie Ummel, have decades of legal experience and are well-recognized within their field. They routinely handle all types of family law issues including divorce, child custody, relocation, parenting plans, child support, non-parental custody actions, adoptions and more, The Family Law Department at Anderson Hunter is one of the pre-eminent and most respected firms in the field in the Northwest, most often handling cases in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, San Juan and selective King County cases. Take advantage of a free consultation and call to make an appointment with Geoff or Laurie today.


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