The divorce laws in Washington State are governed by statutes. Just about all of these critical statutes regarding the process of dissolving a marriage can be found in Title 26 of the Revised Code of Washington (RCW 26). As detailed throughout our website, the statutes governing family law and divorce provide more guidance than certainty when it comes to comprehending how a judge will interpret a particular set of facts. It is, therefore, essential to not only understand how the statutes work in harmony, but how they have been previously implemented by the courts.
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If you are contemplating divorce or need assistance with family law action, it is important to understand how the statutes below will relate to your specific facts and circumstances. If you are reviewing them on your own, they will provide some guidance as to how a judge should begin their analysis of your case.
If you have additional questions about the application of Title 26 to your specific situation, do not hesitate to give our offices a call today. We will be happy to discuss your case, learn more about your circumstance, and provide you with an initial assessment.Title 26 RCW Domestic Relations
|26.09||Dissolution of marriage -- Legal separation.|
|26.10||Non parental actions for child custody.|
|26.16||Husband and wife -- Rights and liabilities -- Community property.|
|26.18||Child support enforcement.|
|26.19||Child support schedule.|
|26.20||Family abandonment or nonsupport.|
|26.21||Uniform interstate family support act.|
|26.21A||Uniform interstate family support act.|
|26.23||State support registry.|
|26.25||Cooperative child support services -- Indian tribes.|
|26.26||Uniform parentage act.|
|26.27||Uniform child custody jurisdiction act.|
|26.28||Age of majority.|
|26.30||Uniform minor student capacity to borrow act.|
|26.34||Interstate compact on placement of children.|
|26.44||Abuse of children.|
|26.50||Domestic violence prevention.|
|26.52||Foreign protection order full faith and credit act.|
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