D Day: The state converts same sex domestic partnerships to marriage automatically on June 30, 2014

In one week, the State of Washington is converting thousands of domestic partnerships to marriage. This applies only to the 6,605 active same sex couples registered with the State of Washington.  It does not apply to heterosexual couples who are registered as domestic partners.   Converting same sex domestic partnerships to marriage There were 7,857 […]

Getting a Snohomish County continuance in your divorce trial.

Yesterday I wrote about getting a continuance in King County.  I wrote about what they are and what to say when you go about requesting them.  Today, I am writing about Snohomish County continuances.  To understand the way continuances work in Snohomish County, it’s important to understand how the case scheduling works first.   In […]

Divorce and jointly consolidated student loans

    After people marry, it is not uncommon for the couple to join together their finances both good and bad.  In the past, the Federal government allowed spouses to jointly consolidate their student loan debt together, for which thousands of couples took advantage and obtained a jointly consolidated student loan.   Couples consolidate their student […]

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