As a man going through divorce in Washington, it may be difficult to know where to turn for information. This list contains resources, helpful links and books, that the attorneys of Divorce Lawyers For Men regularly refer to our clients. You will find everything here, from the address of the county courthouse to books you can read to your children to help them understand divorce.
Washington State Courts
- Washington Courts – Government website for Washington State courts
- King County Superior Court
- Kitsap County Superior Court
- Pierce County Superior Court
- Snohomish County Superior Court
- Thurston County Superior Court
- Clark County Superior Court
- Spokane County Superior Court
- Mason County Superior Court
- Lewis County Superior Court
- Whatcom County Superior Court
Our Collection of Web Links
- Child support enforcement – How child support is enforced.
- Family Education and Support
- Parents without Partners – Parents Without Partners, Eastside Chapter 55 provides single parents and their children with an opportunity for enhancing personal growth, self-confidence and sensitivity towards others by offering an environment for support, friendship and the exchange of parenting techniques.
- National Center for Fathering – provides research-based training and resources so that men are equipped to address their children’s needs.
- National Father’s Resource Center – A 38 year old, non-profit education and civil rights organization
- American Coalition for Fathers and Children – ACFC is America’s shared parenting organization, “children need both parents”.
- Parent Trust for Washington Children – Parenting advice and tips
- Does Wednesday Mean Mom’s House or Dad’s? Marc J. Ackerman, Ph.D. – Amazon
- Families Apart: Ten Keys to Successful Co-Parenting, Melinda Blau – Amazon
- Surviving the Breakup, Joan B. Kelly and Judith Wallerstein – Amazon
The Co-Parenting Survival Guide: Letting Go of Conflict After a Difficult Divorce, Elizabeth Thayer, Ph.D. and Jeffrey Zimmerman, Ph.D. – Amazon
If there is any additional information for divorce resources that you don’t find here or throughout our website, please call us at (360) 866-7393.
If you would like more information on the divorce process, or to take the best divorce resources with you in print, please check out our free divorce guide for men or contact our office to meet with an attorney about your particular circumstances.
“My children are very young so it was difficult for me to explain to them what was happening when my wife and I got divorced. My attorney suggested a good book I could read to them to help them understand why they had two homes now.” – Caleb M.