Divorce Lawyers for Men in Puyallup, WA
At Divorce Lawyers for Men™, we know the problems men in Puyallup face trying to get fair treatment in the Pierce County Family Court system.
As a Puyallup Divorce Attorney, we know that in Washington State men are not always given equal consideration for custody of their children. We know that men are often forced to pay excessive child and spousal support. We know that men have been ordered to pay more than their fair share of the debts, and awarded less than their fair share of the property.
Our job is to correct these wrongs, and fight for the rights of men during and after divorce, in modification actions, in paternity actions, and in creating parenting plans.
Our Puyallup Family Law Services include:
Puyallup, Sumner, Alderton, Bonney Lake, Enumclaw, Tacoma, Summit, Waller, Edgewood, Lake Tapps, Meeker, North Puyallup, Buckley, Prairie Ridge, Wabash, and surrounding areas in Pierce County, King County, and Kitsap County.
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WARNING: Do not put your future at risk by settling for just any attorney in a Pierce County Family Law case.
Everything that you have done with your life up to this point is about to be evaluated, and everything that you value is about to be redistributed, all by people that you have never met before.
A local Judge is about to decide which of your possessions he will give away, how often you can see your children, and how much money you get to take home out of your next paycheck. He does not care how hard you worked for it, how many hours of overtime you put in, what you sacrificed, or if you think that it’s fair. The only thing that the Judge cares about is getting one more case file off of his overflowing desk.
Divorce Lawyers for Men has the knowledge and experience to ensure that your rights are protected and a fair settlement is reached.
“The toughest challenge I ever faced was trying to see my kids on a regular basis after my divorce. Divorce Lawyers for Men helped me every step of the way and made sure my ex-wife followed the court orders.”
– Douglas F.
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One of the Best Family Law Firms in Pierce County
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Divorce Lawyers for Men has been repeatedly recognized for our outstanding work in the practice of Family Law. Our firm is among the most decorated Family Law firms in Washington State.
Here are a few of our most recent awards;
“Most Innovative Law Firm” – North American News
“10 Best for Client Satisfaction” – American Institute of Family Law Attorneys
“Premier Law Firm of 2017” – Newsweek Magazine
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Divorce Lawyers for Men™ Puyallup Location
Details about our Family Law firm serving Puyallup, Washington
Divorce Lawyers for Men in Puyallup
Puyallup Office Address:
2102 E Main Avenue, Suite 203
Puyallup, WA, 98372
Pierce County Divorce Attorney
Monday: 8 AM to 5 PM
Tuesday: 8 AM to 5 PM
Wednesday: 8 AM to 5 PM
Thursday: 8 AM to 5 PM
Friday: 8 AM to 5 PM
*Closed on court holidays*
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Driving Directions to our Puyallup Office
If you are starting South of Puyallup
- Merge onto I-5 North towards Seattle
- Take exit 127 to merge onto WA-512 East toward Puyallup
- Take the Pioneer Avenue exit
- Turn right onto East Pioneer
- Turn left onto 15th Street Southeast
- Turn right at the first cross street onto East Main Avenue
- The Puyallup Divorce Lawyers for Men office will be on your right
If you are starting North of Puyallup
- Merge onto I-5 South towards Portland
- Use the right two lanes to take exit 182 for I-405 South toward Bellevue / Renton
- Merge onto I-405 South
- Keep left to stay on I-405 South
- Take exit 2A to merge onto WA-167 South toward Kent / Auburn
- Take the WA-410 East exit toward Sumner / Yakima
- Continue onto WA-410 East
- Take the exit toward East Main Traffic Avenue
- Turn right onto Inter Avenue East / Linden Drive East / East Main Avenue
- The Puyallup Divorce Lawyers for Men office will be on your left
Puyallup Divorce Resources
Links and Resources for Puyallup Family Law cases
Divorce and Family Law in Washington can be complicated. To help get you started, we put together a collection of links to Puyallup resources that will allow you to educate yourself further. If at any time you have some questions, or would like some professional help, feel free to call us at 1 (253) 201-1696 and we will be happy to talk with you about your situation.
Helpful Information about Puyallup, Washington
Facts and Statistics about the Puyallup Area in Pierce County
Puyallup, Washington (pronounced: pew-AL-ep) is a city in Pierce County, Washington, about 10 miles southeast of Tacoma and 35 miles south of Seattle.
The population was 37,022 at the 2010 census and the Washington State Office of Financial Management estimated the 2014 population at 38,670.
Named after the Puyallup Tribe of Native Americans, Puyallup means “the generous people”.
Puyallup is home to the Washington State Fair, the state’s main fair.
The Washington State Fair is one of the 10 largest fairs in the country, attracting over 1 million people each year. Puyallup, itself, is built around the Puyallup Fairgrounds and the fairgrounds can be seen prominently from neighboring South Hill. The fair traditionally runs for 21 days in September and, as the Spring Fair, for 4 days in April. The fair serves as an anchor for unique local businesses and restaurants. “Do the Puyallup” has been a long-standing promotional slogan. Starting in 2013, after previously being known as the Puyallup Fair, it changed its name to the Washington State Fair.
During World War II, the Puyallup Fairgrounds, (i.e. The Puyallup Assembly Area) was used as an internment camp for United States citizens or residents of Japanese descent or origin that was called “Camp Harmony”.
Downtown Puyallup has several notable landmarks, including Ezra Meeker’s mansion, which was built and inhabited by one of the town’s founding families who made their way to Puyallup via the Oregon Trail. The downtown shopping district is made up of historic buildings, which date to the town’s origin. Pioneer Park is a community focal point, which boasts a public library, a park with a playground, and walking paths. As the focal point of the park, there is a bronze statue honoring Ezra Meeker. A new element to Pioneer Park is the public stage by the public library. At the public stage, local musicians put on free shows for the public.
Southeast Puyallup is also where the Pierce County Foothills Trail begins.
The valley in which Puyallup was originally settled forms the town. Its fertile soil is optimal for the acres of daffodils which were grown for distribution worldwide, and are featured in the town’s annual spring parade. The Puyallup River meanders between the hills, through the glacial basin, from its namesake glacier on Mt. Rainier, terminating in Puget Sound at the Port of Tacoma. It is cold, silty, and brown (sometimes green). Mt. Rainier is visible from Puyallup.
Former NFL quarterback and sports talk personality, Brock Huard, is a notable person from Puyallup.