Store Location: Lakewood, WA
We The People
2836 Cottman Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19149
Experienced Legal Document Assistance in Lakewood, WA
We The People Lakewood is a limited services law firm dedicated to providing you with low cost legal document preparation services, legal instructions, and legal advice at flat rate pricing, which we believe to be far below what other law firms charge. We operate on a flat rate basis because we believe it’s important for you to know the cost of our services before we start. An attorney from We The People, will consult with you and advise you, and we will draft and prepare your pleadings and other documents.
In Lakewood, we specialize in pre- and post-nuptial agreements, legal separation, child support orders, real estate contracts, adoptions, and power of attorney matters.
Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements in Washington
Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements help couples in Lakewood enter into written agreements to determine what will happen to assets in case their relationships end unexpectedly. Some of the things to address in a pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreement include property, debts, income, and investments.
Other issues that you may want to address with these agreements in Lakewood, WA include spousal maintenance, inheritance of children from previous marriages, and division of financial responsibilities. We can help you determine the forms you need and how to file them to enable you both enter into marriage with love and confidence.
Legal Separation under Washington State Law
A legal separation differs from divorce because it is not a formal ending to your marriage. You remain legally still married during a legal separation and are not allowed to remarry, but still have the right to inherit from each other.
In Pierce County, where Lakewood is located there were 3,034 divorces filed in a recent year, which brought the county divorce rate to 3.7 percent. But couples in Lakewood often choose legal separation as a means to stay connected to each other during difficult times but allow some necessary space to make a final decision.
Washington courts require Lakewood couples to fill out many different forms to file for legal separation. Some of these include a petition, summons, proof of personal service, and confidential information.
What Does a Child Support Order Establish
Child support matters are often complicated in Lakewood, and the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services assists parents with collection and disbursement of child support. A child support order establishes who will maintain full and partial custody of children to preserve their best interests. Our Lakewood office specializes in helping couples with the documents required to finalize child support arrangements.
Lakewood, WA Real Estate Contracts
Real estate contracts are legally binding documents between buyers and sellers to transfer the title of a property from one person to another. Types of contracts you may choose to execute include bilateral, unilateral, implied and expressed contracts. And elements of a real estate contract in Lakewood often include mutual asset, lawful object, price, and signatures.
Whether you’re selling an old property or buying a new home, We The People Lakewood can assist you with all your real estate contract needs.
Adoption Forms for Adoptive Parents and Newborns
Adoption gives kids a second chance at finding a safe and nurturing permanent home. Adopting a child is a very exciting time in a new parent’s life, but also a complicated one that requires legal expertise. We can help you handle the legal side of your adoption so you can start planning for your new life together with your adopted child.
However, We The People also assists individuals and families with the other side of adoption as well. It can be incredibly difficult and emotionally challenging for a parent to give their child up for adoption, but sometimes this is in the best interest of the child. To do so, the birth parents will need to complete the legal forms required to terminate parental rights. Paperwork that birth parents need to complete includes information about who you are, your medical history, and the types of things that you desire in an adoptive family. According to adoption laws in the state of Washington, anyone can be adopted, but children who are 14 years old older must give consent to the adoption.
Designating Powers of Attorney in Washington State
Who would you trust to handle your health and money affairs if you were in a serious accident or developed a life-threatening illness?
Designating a power of attorney in Lakewood, WA is a smart idea to ensure that your wishes are carried out in the event that you are no longer able to handle your financial or health matters. We would be glad to assist you with the power of attorney paperwork required to establish your own durable or springing power of attorney and give you peace of mind.
Lakewood, WA Law Firm Location Directions
In Lakewood, Washington, we operate a law firm that goes beyond basic legal documentation preparation services. We’re conveniently located near the intersection of 93rd Street Southwest and Bridgeport Way Southwest in Lakewood at 6109 93rd Street Southwest. We’re available to assist you on weekdays between 9:00 am and 6:00 pm and on Saturdays from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Give us a call today at 253-588-8811 or toll-free at 800-451-3846, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get your legal matters handled and get back to living your life.