Welcome to Ashby Law

Divorce is never easy, and the separation process can be one of the most difficult experiences of your life. At Ashby Law, our experienced and compassionate Washington family law attorneys understand your family’s needs, and will work to help you resolve your family’s issues in a way that helps everyone heal and move on.

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Ashby Law understands that the end of a marriage is never easy. A divorce can turn your entire world upside down. Every aspect of your life may be in flux. Your residence, standard of living, relationships with your children, and daily routine may all be changing. You

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Child Support

Both parents share the responsibility of raising a child. Ashby Law can help ensure your child receives the financial support required for a healthy, happy upbringing. Child support payments remain the same unless and until the court modifies the child support order.

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Domestic Violence

Not every relationship ends well. When emotions run high during a divorce, violence or the threat of violence is an unfortunate reality for many couples. If your spouse or former partner has threatened you or your children, you deserve the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your family is sa

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Child Custody

For every parent, child custody is the most heart-wrenching aspect of divorce. Ashby Law advocates for your parental rights so you can raise your children in an appropriate and healthy home.

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Understanding Pensions and Retirement Accounts During Divorce

For older couples, or those who have been married for a long time, pensions and retirement accounts are extremely important assets for the future. In Washington, money earned in these [more]

Moving On: Selling the House After Divorce

For many people, their house is their most valuable asset. In a divorce, assets are split fairly between the couple, including their home. When neither former partner can afford to [more]

Changing Your Name (Or Your Child’s Name) After a Divorce

One of the best things about divorce is the opportunity for a new, fresh start in life. For many women (and some men), this means using their former, or maiden [more]

What to Know About Dividing a Business During a Divorce

When a married couple owns a business, that business can be considered community property. Like all assets in a Washington State, the business should be split between both spouses. But [more]

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Mr. Slate was extraordinarily helpful during our family’s difficult custody modification proceeding. Thank goodness for his candid advice and care he put into our matter. We couldn’t have been any happier.

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