Washington State Family Lawyer
It can be difficult to navigate the Washington State family law system. When you want to reach a timely and financially sound solution in your divorce, turn to me.
I am dedicated to helping military personnel with their family law needs.
It is important to be able to trust your family lawyer. For over 15 years, I have guided many clients through divorce and adoptions. Call 360-613-5077 or e-mail me for a free consultation to discuss your case. I will listen to your needs and suggest innovative solutions.
Aspects of Your Divorce
Each client has different needs and concerns, and I am dedicated to finding solutions that meet your individual goals. During your free initial consultation, we will discuss your situation and how I can help you with:
- Property division
- Child custody and parenting plans
- Child support
- Alimony (spousal support)
Contact me to schedule your free initial consultation. Please bring you and your spouse’s last 2 months pay stubs, LES and other pay notices; copies of your rental agreement if you rent; current tax return and this month’s bank statement.
Financial Guidance from Your Family Lawyer
My accountant training has allowed me to provide valuable insight to clients with significant assets. With an MBA from Seattle University, I will explain the financial implications of your divorce.
Washington State requires you to fill out worksheets regarding your income to establish support. I will work with you fill out the paperwork and file these documents.
In some cases, divorce can lead to bankruptcy. I will guide you through the bankruptcy process and help you get back to your life.
Silverdale Attorney Michael Morrison • 360-613-5077 • E-mail Me
I am available in my Silverdale office during regular business hours as well as on Saturdays. I will be happy to schedule an appointment with you during other times to accommodate your schedule. Initial consultations are always free, and I offer reasonable fees for all services.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.