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Divorce Lawyers for Men in Lake Stevens, WA


At Divorce Lawyers for Men™, we know the problems that men in Lake Stevens face when trying to get fair treatment in the Snohomish County Family Court system.

 

As a Lake Stevens 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 Lake Stevens Family Law Services include:

  • Divorce Representation
  • Alimony Defense
  • Parenting Plans
  • Property & Debt Division
  • Child Custody & Visitation
  • Divorce Modifications
  • Retirement Protection
  • Same Sex Divorce
  • Military Divorce
  • High-Asset Divorce

Areas Served: 

Lake Stevens, West Lake Stevens, Everett, Machias, Forest Glade, Lochsloy, Hartford, Hyland, Delta, Bayside, Everett Junction, Riverside, Evergreen, Lowell, and surrounding areas in Snohomish County, King County, and Island County.


Get Quick Divorce Help in Lake Stevens

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1 (425) 348-5949

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Avoid costly mistakes by understanding the Rules for Divorce

Frank Morris, Co-founder of DLFM, teaches you the 11 Rules for Divorce that he has developed over his 35+ years of representing men in Washington Family Law cases

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WARNING: Do not put your future at risk by settling for just any attorney in a Snohomish 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.

 

Client Testimonial

“I have been self-employed for many years. As a contractor, my income changes from month to month. I didn’t have any idea how to show that to the court. Divorce Lawyers for Men helped me properly report my income to make sure the child support I paid was fair to everyone.”

– Bruce C.

 


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1 (425) 348-5949

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Divorce Lawyers for Men™ in Lake Stevens

Details about our Family Law Firm serving Lake Stevens, Washington

Contact Information:

Divorce Lawyers for Men

3112 Rockefeller Avenue
Everett, WA, 98201
Snohomish County

Phone: 1 (425) 348-5949
Email: [email protected]

Business Hours:

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
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Nearby Divorce Lawyers for Men Offices:

  • Marysville Divorce Lawyers
  • Everett Divorce Lawyers
  • Seattle Divorce Lawyers

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Driving Directions to our Lake Stevens Office

If you are starting South of Lake Stevens

  1. Merge onto I-5 North towards Everett
  2. Take exit 127 to merge onto WA-512 East toward Puyallup
  3. Use any lane to merge onto WA-167 North toward WA-410 East / Seattle / Yakima
  4. Use the right two lanes to merge onto I-405 North toward Bellevue / Everett
  5. Use the right two lanes to take the I-5 North exit toward Vancouver B.C.
  6. Merge onto I-5 North
  7. Use the right two lanes to take exit 192 to merge onto Broadway
  8. Merge onto Broadway
  9. Turn left onto 37th Street
  10. Turn right onto Rockefeller Avenue
  11. The Lake Stevens Divorce Lawyers for Men office will be on your left

If you are starting North of Lake Stevens

  1. Merge onto I-5 South towards Seattle
  2. Take exit 206 for WA-531 / 172nd Street Northeast
  3. Use the left two lanes to turn left onto WA-531 East / 172nd Street Northeast
  4. At the traffic circle, take the first exit onto WA-9 South
  5. At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit and stay on WA-9 South
  6. Turn right onto WA-204 West
  7. Take the ramp onto US-2 West
  8. Merge onto US-2 West
  9. Use the left lane to take the I-5 South exit toward Seattle / Everett Hewitt Avenue
  10. Use the left lane to follow signs for Hewitt Avenue
  11. Use the left two lanes to turn left onto Maple Street
  12. Turn right onto Pacific Avenue
  13. Turn left onto Rockefeller Avenue
  14. The Lake Stevens Divorce Lawyers for Men office will be on your right

Lake Stevens Divorce Resources

Links and Resources for Lake Stevens 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 Lake Stevens 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 (877) 866-7393 and we will be happy to talk with you about your situation.


Helpful Information about Lake Stevens, Washington

Facts and Statistics about the Lake Stevens Area in Snohomish County

Lake Stevens is a city in Snohomish County, Washington, United States named after the lake that it is built around.

It is southeast of Marysville, north of the city of Snohomish, and east of Everett. The population as of the 2010 census was 28,069, with much of the growth due to annexation. Since 2005, the population of the City of Lake Stevens has nearly quadrupled in size. From 7,400 to 28,069 currently. This has been primarily due to an effort called “One Community Around the Lake” to bring unincorporated areas within the Urban Growth Area into the city limits. The have successfully annexed the areas of Northlake, Frontier Village, Soper Hill, Southwest, the Fire District on the southwest corner of Chapel Hill Road, and Comiche, a 2.91 acre commercially zoned vacant parcel on the southwest corner of Market Place and 91st Avenue.

Highlighted by the lake itself, Greater Lake Stevens is home to numerous parks, trails, and battlefields, including; Bond Field, Bonneville Field, Catherine Creek Park, Cavalero Park, Centennial Trail, City Beach, City Boat Launch, Eagle Ridge Park, Hartford Field, Kid’s Oasis Playground, Lake Steven’s Community Park, Lochsloy Fields, Lundeen Park, North Cove Park, Sunset Park, Wyatt Park, Davies Beach, and Mt. Pilchuck Disc Golf Course.

From the 1920s to the 1950s, Lake Stevens was primarily a resort community with many public and private resort beaches scattered around the shore. On November 29th, 1960, Lake Stevens incorporated as a city with a population of 900. Soon, its popularity and natural beauty, combined with changing commuter habits, attracted more and more residents. By 2000, Lake Stevens had grown to a population of 6,361. The lake remains the focal point of the greater Lake Stevens community for recreation and as a symbol of our need to provide for a sustainable existence that will protect our natural environment.

Lake Stevens, the lake itself, is the largest and deepest lake in Snohomish County, with an area of 1,040 acres and an average depth of 64 feet. It is fed by Lundeen, Mitchell, Kokanee, and Stitch Creeks and it is drained by Catherine Creek, which ultimately flows into the Pilchuk River. The small size of the surrounding watershed compared to the lake minimizes the effects of upstream pollution. Recreational activities include boating, fishing, and swimming.

Well known actor, Chris Pratt, is a notable person from Lake Stevens, Washington.

 

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