After 45 years of practice, I am closing my office effective July 31, 2022. I will continue to work from my home on some residual matters; and will be available to do some estate planning and administration, as well as assisting existing clients on smaller matters. However, I want to spend more time with my wife, our children and our grandchildren.

You can reach me by e-mail at; and by phone at 206.686.4466.

I remain grateful for the opportunity to assist my clients over the years. It has been wonderful getting to know you and your families.

– Mark

3 types of people who can help you through your divorce

by | Mar 18, 2019 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

Deciding you want to end your marriage is life-changing. Making such a monumental decision that drastically changes your life is inevitably going to lead to some emotional difficulties. While divorcing your spouse may be the best choice overall, it can be a bumpy road at first. 

Creating a supportive group of people to help you and give advice is crucial to having the healthiest mindset possible. Aside from your closest loved ones and financial and legal professionals, it is wise to reach out to a few other individuals and experts to aid you through the process. 

1. A therapist or support group

Breaking up with your spouse is likely one of the hardest experiences of your life. You deserve to get as much help as you can as you move on with your life. A divorce is a perfect time to pursue personal growth with the help of a counselor. One great way to accomplish this is by opening up about your struggles in a confidential setting. Individual or group therapy sessions can be beneficial as you sort through all your emotions

2. A friend or family member with experience

It is vital to connect regularly with loved ones you trust throughout your divorce. But someone you know who is divorced will be able to give you more detailed guidance. While your situation and choices may be different, it is valuable to hear about a divorce from someone you know. You can ask this person about any lessons or tips about what they would do differently. 

3. New friends

Just as it is important to connect with people who are already in your life, it is helpful to cultivate new connections. Joining a network group or partaking in community activities can be a great way to put yourself out there. Meeting new people will help you build your own life after your divorce.



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