Florea Munroe Law Florea Munroe Law
Washington Family Law And Elder Law Representation

Protecting Your Family's Integrity

Legal matters that affect the integrity of your family can be especially tough. We know, because we've been there. At Florea Munroe Law, we offer compassionate, supportive guidance through family law issues that can be emotionally challenging.

We assist Washington clients with a full range of family law matters, including:

  • Dissolution (Divorce)
  • Legal Separation and Annulment
  • Parenting Plans (Custody)
  • Child Support, including Post-Secondary Support
  • Modifications of Final Orders
  • Domestic Violence and Protection Orders
  • Legal Issues Affecting Same-Sex Couples
  • Adoptions, including Second-Parent Adoptions
  • Dependency Matters/CPS Related Matters
  • Guardianships
  • Third-Party Visitation
  • Prenuptial and Postnuptial agreements
  • Separation Agreements
  • Mediation and Arbitration

Cost-Effective Solutions That Work for You

Our lawyers will take the time to understand your goals and concerns so we can provide guidance and fight for the solution that works best for you.

While we are prepared to go to court on your behalf, we will always look for amicable solutions first, that promote your wellbeing and the wellbeing of your family. We will not take you through costly litigation if we have other choices. With a background in collaborative law, we are often able to help our clients come to agreements outside of court.

We want to help you preserve your relationship with not only your children, but also the person you are raising your children with. We seek to preserve the integrity of your family and protect your interests and the interests of your children.

Find Out How We Can Help You and Your Family

Contact us at 425-502-5975 or online to learn how we can help. Our attorneys offer family law services in English, French, and Romanian.


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