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In divorce cases involving children, custody is often one of the most burdening issues. Even when parents can mutually agree to the main issues regarding legal and physical custody, there are still concerns about quality parenting time, relocating the child out of the immediate area, and child support obligations.

If you are concerned about custody in your pending divorce, turn to Cordes Brandt, PLLC, for legal representation. We are a team of experienced Washington State family law attorneys with decades of knowledge in all areas of child custody. Throughout your divorce or custody battle, you can stay assured that we’ll keep you fully informed to make decisions that will protect your family’s interest.

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Common-Sense Legal Solutions That Protect Your Child’s Welfare

We are compassionate and practice with integrity. Our team will not pursue strategies that place your personal interests above the welfare of your children. We work with court-appointed professionals and county services to make sure your child’s best interests remain the highest priority. We are proud of our reputation as a child custody attorney who stands for client service and integrity.

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Relocation (Move-Away) Petitions


We also represent clients in cases involving custodial parent relocation petitions. Whether you are petitioning the court to relocate with your child or you are fighting to prevent relocation by your ex-spouse, we are ready to help. We have an excellent record of finding solutions that protect our clients’ interests while keeping the child’s welfare as the primary objective.

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Our child custody attorney is ready to fight aggressively for you

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924 Capitol Way South Suite 209,
Olympia, WA 98501




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