"I'm giving this review before my case is even over. First of all, I searched for days. Calling and showing up at attorney's office's, for them to turn me away or refer me to attorney's miles away. I found Paul Richmond Law through google. I had emailed Paul one night. It was very late. The next day I was on a mission to find an attorney. It was around 10am or so when I had lost all hope. My phone rang and it was Paul Richmond attorney at Law. I told him briefly what I needed, and without me hiring him; he was on the case. He emailed me with things about Washington law and told me what I needed to do. After a few moments I headed to his office and Paul was still sending me things and calling me to see if I wanted his services. And if I understood what my rights where. I did hire him as my attorney. He is very straight forward. He doesn't beat around the bush. I believe he is very passionate at what he does and he works on your case like you are part of his family. I haven't even went to court and no matter what the outcome will be. I know Paul gave 110% toward me winning my case. I also forgot to mention his paralegal, Gretchen. She as well has the same passion. If you read my entire review. Than don't hesitate to hire Paul for your legal matters." ... See MoreSee Less
"Paul and Gretchen(his paralegal) are by far the most caring hardworking attorneys I've ever met. In the past I've had attorneys take my money and represent me because that was their job. Paul was different you could tell he honestly cared about me and my childrens well being. This was in a family law case and I've also used him in landlord/tenant. In both circumstances I came out on top. Both him and Gretchen made me feel calm and comfortable which it is hard for me to relax sometimes. I would recommend them over and over I would give them 100 stars if I could because the are that good. They resolve things in very timely manner. For instance I met Paul for the first time about my case at 430 p.m. the on july 3rd with the 4th of july the next day didn't expect to hear back from him for a week or so. But he called me the morning of the 5th and had a wonderful suprise for me to go to court that morning and we won the case and my kids came home. Just goes to show how much he cared that he worked tirelessly over the holiday helping me. " ... See MoreSee Less
Here are some good reminders about your children in divorce. Your children will need stability. Routines help, though these don't need to be rigid. Your children will need as much as possible for you (both parents) to present a united front. Your children will need to know that they are not to blame for the divorce.
Children and Divorce Helping Kids Cope with Separation and Divorce For children, divorce can be an especially sad, stressful, and confusing time. At any age, kids may feel shocked, uncertain, or angry at the prospect of mom and dad splitting up. They may even feel