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Parenting Plan Problems

After the divorce, you and your children are ready to move on to a new life with a parenting plan in place. Unfortunately, there are many times when the other parent refuses to comply with the procedure established by the court. Here are some perspectives on the law and actions to consider when the other parent is not following the court-ordered plan.

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New tax law serves as reminder to update estate plans

Putting together an estate plan may seem like a one and done deal. Although taking that first step and crafting the initial plan may be the most difficult step, it is important to review these documents on a regular basis.

Two specific events that could trigger a need to review your plan include:

Our Attorney Laura Baier Honored For Her Local Leadership

The Washington State Bar Association (WSBA) teams with young lawyers dedicated to serving their communities. To identify these achievements, the Washington Young Lawyers Committee (WYLC) recently petitioned the legal community to nominate young or new lawyers for the annual Public Service and Leadership Award. Among the factors weighed by the Committee were each nominee's: (1) leadership and service in the local community or within a bar association; (2) mentoring; (3)involvement in the WSBA, the American Bar Association, or local bar association activities; and (4) volunteer work with pro bono or public service programs.

Divorce and taxes: How child support affects taxes

Like it or not, our relationships carry a legal status. When you get a divorce, you don't just move out of the house and start over: your legal status is also redefined.

When parents divorce, their relationships don't end. While you may no longer be connected, legally, to your ex-spouse, you are co-parents forever. And, as co-parents, legal orders regarding custody and child support will impact every aspect of your life - including your taxes.

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