Seattle Divorce and Family Law Services from Integrative Family Law
Our experienced Seattle divorce attorneys provide legal counseling and representation in all aspects of family law throughout King, Snohomish, Kitsap, Island and Skagit Counties. Our attorneys are smart, professional, and trained to engage in cooperative divorce but, if necessary, are not afraid to be tough.Your privacy, financial security, and long-term well-being are our top priorities.
If you aren’t sure what to expect when filing for a divorce, or if you don’t know what kind of divorce is best for you and your children, our attorneys can help you choose, and we have the resources to help guide you toward long term well-being and financial stability after divorce.
Integrative Family Law attorneys can help with all family law matters, including:
Our divorce attorneys help you understand your choices, develop long term goals and execute a strategy to get you there. We look beyond just “winning,” to consider the broader impact divorce can have on your financial goals and family’s well-being.
Divorce is hard enough on families without unnecessary expense and conflict. Our approach is thoughtful, and our goal is to help create a positive future for you after your divorce. Integrative Family Law’s Seattle divorce lawyers can help you take steps to minimize conflict and communicate effectively throughout the divorce process. This approach often results in lower legal fees and streamlined divorces.Learn More
If you and your spouse want to have an amicable divorce, and avoid the expense of hiring two separate divorce lawyers, divorce mediation could be the best option for you. Mediation is often a great option for a couple that wants a single, trained divorce lawyer to help educate them on the choices available, and help the couple reach reasonable agreements.
An Integrative Family Law divorce mediator will help you through the entire mediation and divorce process, and since attorneys aren’t needed in meetings, costs are generally much lower. Our divorce mediators can help you discuss parenting plans, child support, property division, and financial goals.Learn More
Our attorneys are experienced in working with executive and high net worth divorce cases. We understand the complex financial issues that may arise, and have experience handling unique challenges such as valuation of minority ownership interests, valuation of closely held businesses, family partnerships, stock incentive plans, and payment of alimony when the couple has dedicated significant resources to maintaining an expensive lifestyle.
If you’re an executive or have high net worth and may be involved in a divorce, it’s important to work with a family law attorney who has the experience, knowledge and resources to handle complex divorce cases and knows how to protect your assets while maintaining a diplomatic relationship with other professionals in the divorce.Learn More
If you’re looking to resolve your family dispute and divorce without going to court, you should consider collaborative divorce. A collaborative divorce attorney can help you skip the courtroom and resolve the issues of your divorce through a collaborative law team and process.
Collaborative law practice uses a team approach which includes neutral professionals – financial experts, mental health professionals, and child specialists. Collaborative law services using a holistic approach to divorce, frequently helps couples avoid negativity and hostility which preserves a good co-parenting relationship after divorce.Learn More
Our family law attorneys have years of experience developing workable schedules for parenting and co-parenting after divorce, often in the most difficult of situations.
Building a good co-parenting relationship after divorce can be challenging, but our attorneys can guide you through it step-by-step. Workable parenting plans are one of the most important things to get right when divorcing with children, and we can help provide a roadmap for protecting your children during the divorce process and beyond.Learn More
Child Support & Family Plan Modifications
While an agreement may be right for your family at the time of your divorce, your child’s needs or your income may change over time. We understand the nature of those changing needs, and can help you modify previously entered court orders when required.
If you need to change or modify your visitation, child custody order, or child support payments, an Integrative Family Law attorney can help you understand the requirements for modification, and work with you on a new Parenting Plan or child support schedule that meets your family’s needs.Learn More
Have you asked yourself “should I get a divorce?” If you aren’t sure whether or not divorce is a good solution to your problems, or if it will lead to your long-term happiness, you aren’t alone. We’ve counseled many men and women who were thinking about getting a divorce, helping them consider the deeper reasons for divorce along with the consequences of divorce.
At Integrative Family Law, we want to help you make the right decisions and avoid creating more problems than you solve. Our attorneys have the knowledge and resources available to help you make smart choices, and the experience to guide you through this challenging time if you decide to separate or divorce.Learn More
If you live with a partner but aren’t ready to formalize your relationship, it’s still a good idea to organize your life legally. Many long-term cohabitant rights are similar to those for married couples, especially if the couple has purchased a home or made joint payments for several years.
Integrative Family Law attorneys can help couples create co-habitation agreements that contractually define finances, property ownership rights, and other responsibilities that can become problematic when unmarried couples break up.Learn More
Prenuptial agreements and postnuptial agreements both serve to organize a couple’s financial life , defining how they will be split should a divorce take place. Although not entirely reliable as a means of preserving separate property in Washington state, our family law attorneys can advise you on the requirements for drafting enforceable agreements.We also negotiate pre-nuptial agreements that individuals are being asked to sign, to ensure our client’s future interests are protected.Learn More
Integrative Family Law attorneys provide family law representation for Seattle’s LGBT community. If you need legal advice on any matter concerning same sex marriage or LGBT family law, we can help.
Whether you need counseling prior to forming your family, help with pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreements, legal representation prior to or during same-sex divorce proceedings, or help with LGBT child custody and parenting plans, our experienced attorneys will work with you to create strategies that put your goals and well-being first.Learn More
A Guardian ad Litem is court-appointed to represent the best interests of a child during child custody disputes and high-conflict family law cases. Serving as a Guardian ad Litem requires intimate involvement with a child’s family, including contact with parents, therapists, teachers, and anyone who has regular contact and/or knowledge about the child.Learn More
For all other family law concerns, our divorce lawyers and skilled family law attorneys in Seattle will work closely with you to understand the issues important to you, and develop strategies that are optimal for your unique situation and goals – to find out how, contact us at 206-859-6800.
Nothing on this page is intended as legal advice for an individual. Call us now to learn more about how we can assist in your specific situation.