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Parents often have questions about child support

Getting a divorce is a complicated endeavor. For Washington parents, the ordeal can be even more trying because decisions regarding child custody and child support will need to be made. If the details of the custody arrangements mean that support is necessary, the noncustodial parent may have many questions.

Are field sobriety tests part of the implied consent laws?

Whether a Washington resident stopped to have a drink with friends, co-workers or family, or had a drink with dinner, as he or she drove home the lights of a police car appeared in the rear view mirror. Once pulled over, the officer suspected impairment and asked the driver to step out of the vehicle. What the driver does next could help steer the course of any potential DUI charge he or she may face. Should the driver participate in field sobriety tests if the officer asks?

Military parents need a family care plan as part of a divorce

Military families share a great deal with civilian families, but they also have unique issues to deal with, such as deployments, reassignments, training and more. Military life can put quite a strain on a family, and some marriages do not last. When a couple goes through a military divorce, they also have unique issues to address, even when it comes to child custody.

Remaining civil during divorce could help cases move forward

A lot of work goes into building a marriage. Just as much work, if not more, can also go into ending one. Though many Washington residents would likely rather avoid having to go through divorce, it is a common occurrence. If individuals want to have a relatively smooth process, they may want to work on their civility.

Unmarried fathers must establish paternity for parental rights

Not every Washington couple who has a child is married. If you are like many other unmarried fathers across the country, either you decided not to marry the mother of your child or she decided not to marry you. During your relationship, you may not have considered this a problem, but now that it has ended, you find yourself without the parental rights you thought you had.

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