Divorce & Family Lawyers in Seattle, Washington
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Law Firm OverviewMcKinley Irvin offers experienced divorce and family law attorneys, paralegals, and staff who will take the time to explain your rights and options so you can make the best choices for you and your family.
Our divorce and family law attorneys and staff have a deep understanding of the breadth and nuances of family law and are fully dedicated to clients. Since 1991, we've helped hundreds of individuals, from business owners, professionals, and executives to employees from some of the area’s largest companies and organizations. We've handled exceedingly complex domestic and international divorce cases, as well as cases involving child custody, parenting, support issues, and valuing and dividing substantial assets.
We are not just divorce and family law attorneys; we are service providers. When difficulties arise in a family relationship, it can feel like your whole world is coming apart. That is why our law firm's commitment to you is as much about providing great personal service as it is representing you in negotiations or court.
Year this Office was Established: 1991
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Stepparent Adoption; Child Support Enforcements; Child Support Modification; Collaborative Divorce; Gray Divorce; High Net Worth Divorce; International Divorce; Military Divorce; Fathers' Rights; Gay & LGBT Family Law; Property Division; Relocation; Unmarried Couples.
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