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Washington State Divorce Lawyers

 

You can find knowledgeable and skilled representation you require at Cordes Brandt, PLLC. We have the experience to address all issues that may arise in your divorce, including:

  • Property division
  • Child custody (a parenting plan)
  • Spousal support (alimony)
  • Child support

Experienced & Knowledgeable Divorce Lawyers

 

Shelley L. Brandt heads the family law practice division. She has extensive experience representing clients in divorces involving perplex property division issues, contested custody battles, visitation disputes, spousal support claims, and other complex matters.

Personal Attention to Every Legal Issue

 

We are committed to providing each of our clients with personalized, accessible and responsive representation. If retained as your counsel, we’ll take time to understand your objectives and tailor our services specific to your needs.

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Creative Problem Solvers & Skilled Trial Attorneys

 

We are focused on resolving disputes as amicably and efficiently as possible, while fully safeguarding client rights. Our creative and proactive approach to dispute resolution has enabled many of our clients to avoid protracted litigation, minimizing the emotional and financial costs of divorce. When disputes are not resolved through negotiation, mediation, or other alternative dispute resolution means, we have trial skills and experience to provide strong advocacy that our clients require in the courtroom.

Serving Thurston, Lewis and Mason Counties Including the Cities of:

OlympiaTumwaterLaceyRochester

To speak with an attorney about a divorce, contact us in Olympia, WA.

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Cordes Brandt, PLLC, has been helping people through tough challenges for innumerable years.

Contact Info

914 Seventh Avenue SE, Olympia, WA 98501

shelley@cordesbrandt.com

360-357-7793

866-529-3590

360-753-7075

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