Marital property refers to all property (including ownership rights and interests) acquired by husband and wife during their marriage. This includes, with some exceptions, all debts incurred by the couple during their marriage. The Washington matrimonial property law recognizes the concept of community property, that is, almost all property acquiredRead More →

Arbitrators are usually lawyers, child psychologists, or former judges who act as neutral decision makers for those who cannot reach the right outcome on their own situation. Unlike mediators, arbitrators have the right to make binding decisions for both parties when they agree to arbitration proceedings. The arbitrator’s award isRead More →