Who Needs a Prenuptial Agreement?

April 22, 2014  

What is a prenuptial agreement? Do I need one? If you have questions about a prenuptial agreement, please consult the family law attorneys at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. They are proud to serve the Everett area. Despite the best intentions and hopes, some marriages end in divorce. If divorce is a possibility, it is important […]

What is an Annulment?

April 4, 2014  

An annulment is different from divorce and it is important that these differences be taken into consideration. A divorce (dissolution of marriage) is the termination or ending of a legal marriage. An annulment means the marriage never existed at all, and is referred to as a “Declaration of Invalidity.” It most often occurs within the […]

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