Family Law in Spokane Valley, WA

1319 N. Argonne, Spokane Valley, WA 99212 | 509-255-7606

Motivated by results, focused on relationships.

With over a decade in experience in Family Law, no matter the situation you are dealing with now, we can help you.  We have years of experience litigating issues of Divorce, Child Custody, Relocation, Child Support, Spousal Maintenance and Domestic Violence.  Whalley Law offers same day free 30 minute consultations in person, over the phone, or virtually.  Our family law attorneys are available to help you navigate the legal process while protecting your rights.

Experienced Divorce lawyers

Are you seeking a divorce from your spouse or has your spouse served you with divorce papers? Do you need a family law attorney?  If you are in a position to take the next step and start your divorce or respond to a petition, our team is standing by to help you. Our experienced family law attorneys will walk you through the process and have you prepared for the best outcome possible. 

We understand that the divorce process can be very stressful.  Separating a community to then support two residences can be very difficult.  Having legal counsel to support and guide you the process is critical to obtain the best outcome for you and your family. Finding reliable legal help is a big step and we are here to help you through the process. Let us answer your questions so you can start making the correct decisions as you enter a new stage in your life.  Call us to set up a free consultation today.

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Military Divorce & Custody Lawyers

Whether you are stationed at Joint Base Lewis McChord (JBLM) in Pierce County or Bangor Naval Base in Kitsap County, we can assist you with your family legal matters.  Our family law attorneys have experience handling divorce and child custody matters for our service men and women, we can assist you navigate the civil laws and advise you regarding how your service will impact your situation.  

Our family law attorneys have experience with both spouses being servicemembers.  The most common legal issue consists of custody schedules and relocation matters.  If you are anticipating a permanent change of station (PCS) in the near future, it is important to start planning now so you can be successful in your request to modify the parenting plan or relocate your child(ren).  

Having worked with many members of the army and navy, we understand the requirements of your duties.  Whether you are part of the 75th Ranger Regiment that creates a sporadic and hectic schedule or you are stationed in Bremerton and know you are about to go underway for months, we will setup a communication structure so you can continue your duties while we take care of your needs while you are away serving our country.  

Our family law attorneys understand the process of divorce and child custody can be complicated and stressful.  Here at Whalley Law, we understand the complexity of military family law. Our attorneys can provide the legal guidance one may need as well as offer a military discount to alleviate stress. Call us to set up a free consultation today.

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When two people in a legal marriage decide they want to terminate the marriage, there is a complex legal process that takes place. Having legal assistance to sort through all the factors involved can help to alleviate stress and improve the outcome.

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Child Custody & Support

If there are children involved when a divorce case is handled, there are certain issues which much be discussed. This includes custody and visitation rights, evaluating which spouse is more equipped to handle the bulk of the responsibility.

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Domestic Violence

Family-related issues too often lead to domestic violence. These dangerous, complicated, and emotionally draining situations require an experienced lawyer to rightfully represent your side of the case.

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After a divorce is finalized, many different factors that determine spousal or child support may change. Some of these factors include the earning capacity, health, and the age of both parties involved.

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