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Linda Kelley Ebberson

Seattle Divorce / Separation Lawyer.

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  1. Are prenuptial agreements legally binding in Washington state?

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. Linda Kelley Ebberson
    2. Ann Davison Sattler
    2 lawyer answers

    Absolutely, so long as they meet the criteria of being substantively fair to the disfavored spouse (the spouse with the smaller estate), for example, by allowing for the accumulation of community property during the marriage. Even an unfair prenuptial agreement may be enforced if it was entered into in a procedurally fair fashion. This means that each party had independent legal advice (separate attorneys) and had the rights they were giving up explained to them and entered into the agreement...

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  2. My son wants to live with me instead of his father, what do i do to make that happen

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. Linda Kelley Ebberson
    1 lawyer answer

    Washington law provides that a child may be integrated into the non-custodial parent's home which may provide the basis for a parenting plan modification, especially if it is with the custodial parent's consent. Ideally, you want to establish a pattern for the maximum length of time possible before initiating a formal Parenting Plan Modification in the county where you and the child reside.