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Because we need to help our communities stay healthy, we find ourselves limited to essential travel. Since COVID-19 shelter in place went into effect, I am working with my clients finishing their mediations using Zoom. I have successfully conducted online negotiations for clients living in different states and countries, using video conferencing cost-effectively and efficiently. […]

July 7, 2021

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by: darciatudor

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Categories: Divorce

Once you and your spouse have your order of divorce it is important that you notify your financial and investment administrators or creditors, as well as certain government institutions, of the change in your marital status.  It is also important that create a new estate plan and will.   After their mediation I send all of […]

April 26, 2021

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by: darciatudor

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Categories: Divorce

Divorce & Separation in Washington State Basic Information Washington State Courts Family Law Handbook: https://www.courts.wa.gov/newsinfo/content/pdf/flhbmarriageedition.pdf Divorce & Separation: https://www.courts.wa.gov/forms/?fa=forms.contribute&formID=13  Washington Law Help Family Law Issues: htts://www.washingtonlawhelp.org/issues/family-law Divorce & Separation: https://www.washingtonlawhelp.org/issues/family-law/dissolution-of-marriage-divorce Types of Divorce Washington is a no-fault divorce state, which means neither spouse needs a reason for divorce aside from irreconcilable differences. –          Uncontested Divorce: […]

February 6, 2021

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by: darciatudor

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Categories: Divorce, Uncategorized

Getting divorced is a significant financial transaction that can have serious tax implications, especially if you have retirement accounts. When funds are taken out of a spouse’s account to be transferred to the other spouse, the money must be placed in that spouse’s retirement account to avoid immediate taxation. If this is not completed within [...]

July 1, 2020

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by: darciatudor

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Categories: Divorce, Retirement

Teenagers forced to spend time with parents amid a separation tends to be especially awkward for adolescents. They are more likely to resent the disruption of their personal life to accommodate parent’s schedules. When they are practicing leaving the nest, their parents begin demanding scheduled “nesting” time. Teens may rage about these enforced schedules as” [...]

July 1, 2020

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by: darciatudor

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Categories: Divorce

Why choose mediation? People who mediate want a simpler, less expensive, private alternative to ending their relationship. They want a fair resolution of their differences and are willing to work together towards compromise. Individuals who choose mediation realize that legal fees diminish the financial resources available to share and creates unnecessary animosity which affects their ability [...]

July 1, 2020

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by: darciatudor

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Categories: Divorce

The Collaborative Divorce is premised upon the belief that a divorcing couple can collaborate and determine what is fair with the help of a professional team. The focus of the team i s minimizing conflict to facilitate compassionate discussions that lead to responsible financial and parenting decisions, and,minimize the effects of divorce on children. So, [...]

July 1, 2020

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by: darciatudor

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Categories: Divorce