Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Cinco De Mayo in Seattle 2017

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"Cinco de Mayo is a day to celebrate Mexican heritage and pride while it is also another great reason to party! Much like St Patricks Day and Oktoberfest, Cinco de Mayo in Seattle Washington has several events and parties at local restaurants & bars."

Don’t Blame Me…Okay?

That is the essence of no fault divorce.  Marital wrongdoing (such as adultery, cruelty, or abandonment) is no longer required to terminate a marriage.  Rather, both parties agree that the demise of their marriage is neither’s fault.  The petitioning party simply must assert that the marriage is irretrievably broken. The court will grant the divorce without either party showing evidence that the marital contract was breached unless the responding party petitions for conciliation, which is, in effect, court-ordered marriage counseling to explore whether the marriage can be saved.

It all began during many of our lifetimes.  In 1970 Governor Ronald Reagan signed no fault divorce into law in the state of California.  Washington followed in 1973.  It took 40 years, believe it or not, before New York became the last state to ratify it.  However, only 17 states even today are TRUE no fault divorce states; though some others allow no fault as an option. 

To find out if this is a viable option for YOU, call someone who has been handling these cases since 1977.  He is veteran no fault divorce attorney Lyle Clark.  Lyle maintains an office at 40 Lake Bellevue Suite 100, in Bellevue, Washington.  He will arrange an initial consultation with a phone call to (425) 452-3092.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Spring Egg Hunts!

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"Hop on down to the Seattle Children’s Museum for lots of Easter fun! For two days, 4,000 plastic Eco eggs will be hiding amongst the Museum’s exhibits just waiting to be found! At the end of each egg hunt, children will turn in their eggs (as many or few as they want) for special prize bags."

Your Children’s Best Interest.

I am sure that nearly everyone agrees that when a marital union comes to an end thoughts turn to the best interests of the children.  This is not lip service.  It is a very real concern about not only how they will react initially, but the profound long-term impact of living without both parents being under the same roof.

The term “best interests” stems from deliberations that family courts undertake to decide what actions to take to best serve a child in the long run.  Topics such as education, healthcare, and religious upbringing will be discussed.  The mental and physical health of each parent may come into play as well as financial stability.

If you must go through this do not do it alone.  You may wish to seek the advice of a veteran family attorney in the Seattle area.  For the last four decades Bellevue, Washington family attorney Lyle Clark has assisted individuals during this stressful process.  Please call Attorney Lyle Clark at (425) 452-3092.