Seattle Family Law Attorney
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Thomas Dickson and his staff have over 100 years combined legal experience with a knowledgeable staff of family law attorneys and legal assistants. Over the past two and a half decades, we’ve helped many Washingtonians find solutions to their family’s legal issues. Please call for a free consultation to discuss your options: (206) 621-1110 or (253) 572-1000.
What Kind of Family Law Issues Can We Help You With?
- Alimony/Spousal Maintenance
- Child Custody
º Child Custody Enforcement
º Child Custody Modification
- Child Visitation
- Child Support
º Child Support Enforcement
º Child Support Modification
- Division of Assets from the Marriage
- Real estate disputes related to divorce
How can we help you save money on legal fees associated with custody battles?
When Washington Family Law Affects You, Turn to Knowledgeable, Experienced Family Law Attorneys in Seattle.
Family law problems are a complicated and often difficult matter. From alimony disputes to dividing marital assets to the details of child support and child visitation plans and more, you need a competent family law attorney in Seattle or Tacoma who can help. An experienced attorney will assist you in understanding the law, the various aspects of your situation, and will have your best interest in mind in preparing your documents or fighting your case in a court of law. If Washington family law has you in need of legal counsel, give us a call now for a FREE phone consultation at 206-621-1110. Our legal team is eagerly waiting to assist you. While there are many people who think they can go it alone in preparing legal documents or battling in court, this is not always a wise decision. Not all do-it-yourself documents turn out to be valid, and an experienced real estate attorney in Seattle will have the knowledge to ensure you get a fair deal or favorable outcome in court.