Resources to Help You Before, During and After Your Divorce
At Integrative Family Law, our goal is to help you achieve long-term well-being, whether you divorce or not.
Below you will find a list of resources to help you no matter where you are in the divorce process – before, during or after. If you have additional questions that aren’t addressed below, call us at 206-859-6800. We’ll be happy to help.
- Recommended Divorce Reading – Here’s what others recently wrote about Divorce and Divorce Trends.
- How We Work – What to expect and plan for when you meet with us for the first time.
- Discover what you really want: Questions to ask yourself and issues to think about before you file for a divorce.
- Four Kinds of Divorce – Yes, you have a choice. There are several legal options regarding divorce depending upon your budget, your relationship with your spouse, and your financial matters.
- Divorce Timeline – A step-by-step schedule of what to expect throughout your divorce.
- Washington State Divorce Law – What you need to know and what’s required to divorce in Seattle and in the state of Washington.
- Divorce Legal Forms – Washington state legal forms required for divorce.
- Family Law Resources – A list of General Family Law Resources (PDF)
- What is a Parenting Plan? Learn what Washington State requires in a Parenting Plan.
- How to Create a Parenting Plan – Links to information about parenting plans and child development.
- Guide for Divorced Families Living Apart – Helpful hints and tips on how to make blended family work. Read Carol’s blog for additional tips.
- Health Insurance Issues in a Divorce – Learn about the significant changes made to Washington law in 2009 regarding parents’ responsibility to provide health insurance for their children and learn more about what you must do.
- Mediation in Divorce – Integrative Family Law provides Mediation Services, and here is a link to addition resources.
- Collaborative Law Services in Divorce – Our firm, as well as several others provide collaborative divorce services. Here are a few links to other resources.
- Glossary of Divorce and Family Law Terms – Helpful terms for better understanding.
- Divorce: One Attorney’s Perspective: Read Carol Bailey’s blog where she shares ideas for avoiding divorce, how she’s helped families cope, ways to create workable parenting plans, and other tips about divorcing.
- General Family Law Resources – self-help family law resources in King County