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Divorce Lawyers for Men in Spokane, WA


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

 

As a Spokane 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 Spokane 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: 

Spokane, Spokane Valley, Fairchild Air Force Base, Cheney, Medical Lake, Mead, Geiger Heights, Glenrose, Millwood, Fairwood, Airway Heights, Liberty Lake, Vera, Mica, Deep Creek, and surrounding areas in Spokane County.


Get Quick Divorce Help in Spokane

We Get the Results that Men Want, and Need!

Call to Get Started with a Free 30-minute Initial Consultation

1 (509) 368-7583

Or begin filling out our quick contact form below.


Learn the 11 Divorce Rules for Men

Avoid costly mistakes by understanding the Rules for Divorce

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

More Free Divorce Advice & Information from Divorce Lawyers for Men:

 

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

“My wife went to a better college than me. She worked full-time as a manager until last year. I didn’t think it was fair that she wanted Alimony for the next 5 years. Thankfully, neither did Divorce Lawyers for Men.”
– Marcus D.

 


Let’s Sit Down and Talk About Your Case

Discuss Your Situation with a Local Divorce Lawyer

Call to Get Started with a Free 30-minute Initial Consultation

1 (509) 368-7583

Or begin filling out our quick contact form below.

 


Divorce Lawyers for Men™ in Spokane

Details about our Family Law Firm serving Spokane, Washington

Contact Information:

Divorce Lawyers for Men

707 N Cedar Street, Suite 6
Spokane, WA, 99201
Spokane County

Phone: 1 (509) 368-7583
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:

  • Benton County Divorce Lawyers
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Driving Directions to our Spokane Office

If you are starting South of Spokane

  1. Merge onto US-195 North (signs for Spokane)
  2. Keep right at the fork and follow signs for I-90 East / Spokane
  3. Merge onto I-90 East toward Spokane
  4. Use the right two lanes to take exit 280 toward Lincoln Street
  5. Use the left two lanes to turn left onto South Walnut Street
  6. Use the left two lanes to turn slightly left to stay on South Walnut Street
  7. Continue onto North Maple Street
  8. Turn right onto West Gardner Avenue
  9. Turn right at the second cross street onto North Cedar Street
  10. The Spokane Divorce Lawyers for Men office will be on your right

If you are starting North of Spokane

  1. Merge onto US-2 West
  2. Take a slight right toward North Country Homes Boulevard
  3. Continue onto North Country Homes Boulevard
  4. Continue onto North Ash Street
  5. Continue straight to stay on North Ash Street
  6. Turn left onto West Broadway Avenue
  7. Turn right onto North Cedar Street
  8. The Spokane Divorce Lawyers for Men office will be on your right

Spokane Divorce Resources

Links and Resources for Spokane 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 Spokane 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 Spokane, Washington

Facts and Statistics about the Spokane Area in Spokane County

Spokane is a city in the State of Washington, in the northwestern United States. It is the seat of Spokane County and the economic, and cultural, center of the Spokane Metropolitan Area, the Greater Spokane Area, and the Inland Northwest.

It is located along the Spokane River west of the Rocky Mountain foothills in eastern Washington, approximately 20 miles from the Washington-Idaho border and 280 miles east of Seattle along Interstate 90. The city, along with the whole Inland Northwest, is served by Spokane International Airport, 5 miles west of downtown Spokane. According to the 2010 census, Spokane had a population of 208,916 people, making it the second largest city in Washington, and the 102nd largest city in the United States.

Spokane’s neighborhoods range from the Victorian-style South Hill and Browne’s Addition to the Davenport District of Downtown, to the more contemporary neighborhoods of North Spokane. Spokane’s neighborhoods are gaining attention for their history, as illustrated by the city being home to 18 recognized National Register Historical Districts.

Some of Spokane’s salient neighborhoods are Riverside, Browne’s Addition, and Hillyard. The Riverside neighborhood consists primarily of downtown Spokane and is the central business district of Spokane. The neighborhoods south of downtown Spokane are generally known as South Hill. Downtown Spokane consists of many of the city’s public facilities, including City Hall, Riverfront Park, the Spokane Convention Center, as well as the Spokane Arena and Spokane County Courthouse across the river in the historic West Central neighborhood. The Monroe Street Bridge, a city icon, connects the two areas. To the east of downtown is East Central and the adjacent University District and International District. To the west of downtown is one of Spokane’s oldest, and densest neighborhoods, Browne’s Addition.

A National Historic District west of Downtown, Browne’s Addition was Spokane’s first prestigious address, notable for its array of old mansions built by Spokane’s early elite in the Queen Anne and early American Craftsman styles. The area houses the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture. In northeast Spokane, the Hillyard neighborhood began in 1892 as the chosen site for James J. Hill’s Great Northern Railway yard, placed outside Spokane city limits to avoid burdensome taxes. The downtown Hillyard Business District, located on Market Street, was the first Spokane neighborhood listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Many of the former town’s houses were built to house railroad workers, mainly immigrant laborers working in the local yard, who gave Hillyard an independent, blue-collar character. Hillyard has become a home for much of Spokane’s growing Russian, Ukranian, and Southeast Asian communities.

The Spokane area has many trails and rail trails, the most notable of which is the Spokane River Centennial Trial, which features over 37 miles of paved trails running along the Spokane River from Spokane to the Idaho border. This trail continues onward towards Coeur d’Alene for 24 miles as the North Idaho Centennial Trial and is often used for alternative transportation and recreation. In the summer, it has long been popular to visit North Idaho’s Lake Country, such as Lake Coeur d’Alene, Land Pend Oreille, Priest Lake, or one of the other nearby bodies of water and beaches. In the winter, the public has access to five ski resorts within a couple hours drive of the downtown Spokane. The closes of these is the Mt. Spokane Ski and Snowboard Park, which has trails for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and dog sledding.

 

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