Uncontested Divorce in Seattle, King County, and Surrounding Areas in WA

Although our practice is located in Clark County, Washington, we are set up to handle your uncontested matter via internet, telephone and video conferencing. Our Flat Fee applies to unbundled uncontested family law in all counties and cities in Washington, including:

Clark County, WA

I can hand deliver your documents to be signed by the judge in Clark County whether or not you reside here so long as both parties agree. Call me to discuss the pros and cons of this option.

King County, WA

Uncontested Flat Fee Divorce in King County – Seattle, WA and Kent, WA

Seattle (King County) requires filing cases electronically via the internet or by e-file. This allows us to draft papers pursuant to your agreement and file them for you without you ever having to drive to Seattle or to set foot in a county courthouse.

Seattle Uncontested Divorce Requirements

King County requires an unrepresented party to a divorce to attend a FLO (Family Law Orientation) in addition to filing all documentation. That requirement is waived if you are represented by an attorney.

King County will issue a case schedule at the time the case is filed. This is just in case the matter becomes contested and there turns out to be a need to go to court down the road. If all parties remain in agreement, we can finalize the case after the mandatory 90 day waiting period without going to court. King County charges an ex parte fee of $30 that is incurred for presentation to the judge and minor additional costs to obtain copies of documents.

Lincoln County, WA

Lincoln County only allows entry of uncontested cases by mail. Call me to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of filing in Lincoln County, Washington.

Pierce County, WA

On some occasions Pierce County allows final orders to be entered via internet for a $30 ex parte fee. Other times the judge’s prefer that one party is present when entering court orders. If that happens I can arrange to be present via telephone conference call for an additional charge imposed by the court.

Snohomish County

I can draft all documents, file them by mail or email and answer all your questions. However, at this time Snohomish County requires one or both parties be present in court at the end of the 90 day waiting period to in order to finalize the divorce.

We provide Uncontested Divorce Services in Other Counties & Cities in Washington

  • Cowlitz County, WA
  • Thurston County, WA
  • Lewis County, WA
  • Grant County, WA
  • Yakima County, WA
  • Benton County, WA
  • Spokane County, WA
  • Grays Harbor County, WA
  • Kitsap County, WA
  • Skagit County, WA
  • Franklin County, WA
  • Island County, WA


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