Under the Washington state’s family law, one can successfully file for divorce and finalize it even if you cannot locate your spouse by doing some additional steps to show a best effort to inform your spouse. The spirit of the family law is that both spouses can participate in the divorce agreement.  Sending divorce documents…

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A divorce where at least one spouse is in the military is called a “#military divorces“.  State laws govern regular divorces. Military divorces are different as both state and the federal law apply to them.   The main federal law which addresses military-divorces is the “Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.” Earlier the act was also known…

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You must have heard about long distance relationships and how hard they are to keep up with, similarly, long distance divorce is equally difficult to get. The divorce process is the same by law no matter where your spouse lives; it depends on the laws in your state. Serving your spouse with a copy of…

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Marriage is a civil contract between two persons who are each at least eighteen years old and who are otherwise capable of getting married. If the couple meets certain requirements about age, marital status, consanguinity (whether and how closely two people are related) and competency, then they may marry. Individuals, who want to marry, must…

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