What factors can heavily influence child custody decisions?
- posted: Jan. 20, 2021
All child custody cases must focus solely on the best interest of the child. There are many factors that go into determining what meets this standard. In many cases, the Read More
What you need to know about mediation and how it can help in your family law case
- posted: Jan. 11, 2021
Communication is a critical component of any relationship. A marriage can deteriorate to the point of no return if a couple is no longer able to discuss their concerns. An Read More
Will your serious medical condition impact your divorce?
- posted: Dec. 28, 2020
It is common for wedding vows to include a promise to stay together in sickness and in health. Unfortunately, not everyone is capable of fulfilling that specific promise. They may Read More
Digital asset access is key to estate administration
- posted: Dec. 10, 2020
In 2016, Washington State legislators introduced the Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act to ease access to a deceased person’s digital assets. What sort of digital assets might you Read More
Putting off your divorce until 2021? Here’s a list of things you should be doing
- posted: Nov. 27, 2020
There’s only about a month to go before the new year is here, so you’ve decided to put off your divorce until after the holidays. That’s reasonable enough — but it Read More
How do you cope when your co-parent is unreasonable?
- posted: Nov. 11, 2020
When you have kids, you can divorce your spouse but you can’t entirely be done with them until your children are grown. Co-parenting with your ex isn’t likely to be Read More
Settle your divorce or head to trial: Which should you choose?
- posted: Oct. 28, 2020
It’s a dilemma for some people to decide if they want to settle their divorces outside of court or just head to litigation. If you feel that your spouse is Read More
What should you include in your will’s first draft?
- posted: Oct. 26, 2020
When you’re getting ready to write a will, there might be many things that you want to include. Since this is your first draft, now is the time to get Read More
A pilot’s schedule is tough, especially with custody concerns
- posted: Oct. 16, 2020
Airline pilots have amazing jobs that can take them all over the country, and in some cases, around the world. For many, this is the kind of career they have Read More
Does mediation have strict rules? How does a mediator keep control?
- posted: Oct. 01, 2020
Mediation is an excellent form of alternative dispute resolution that can help you and your spouse resolve any divorce conflicts that you have. There are rules to these sessions, however, Read More
The relationship between income, divorce and gender
- posted: Sep. 16, 2020
Divorce can have a massive impact on your income. Exactly what that impact looks like, though, largely depends on what your gender is and if you worked before you got Read More
Can mediation help work out the perfect parenting plan?
- posted: Aug. 31, 2020
You and your soon-to-be-ex-spouse have disagreements about how you’d like to raise your children, which is completely normal. Getting a divorce makes it more complicated to make your wishes known Read More
Do you automatically receive part of a military spouse’s pension?
- posted: Aug. 20, 2020
Divorce in general seems to be the subject of a lot of misinformation and myths, but military divorce is particularly plagued by inaccurate information and beliefs. While it is true Read More
Child support conundrums: What happens when you both earn a lot?
- posted: Aug. 06, 2020
You love your children and want them to have the best after your divorce. You’ve always been there for them, and with your high-paying job, you’ve been able to give Read More
Ratings & Reviews
Robert Getz is a standup guy; straightforward; he's fair and honest. Robert gives advise to his clients as if he were in your shoes. He has the best interest of his clients in mind and goes to bat to ensure things are carried out in the m...
Robert Getz is a standup guy; straightforward; he's fair and honest. Robert gives advise to his clients as if he were in your shoes. He has the best interest of his clients in mind and goes to bat to ensure things are carried out in the most favorable manner. He is professional and has the respect of Snohomish County court commissioners, judges, and his legal peers alike. I would recommend Robert Gertz to anyone needing family law assistance.
Robert Getz was very intelligent in his handling of the complexities of my family law case. Unraveling the layers of deception that previous lawyers had found insurmountable. Robert was able to bring a truthful resolution to a case that spa...
Robert Getz was very intelligent in his handling of the complexities of my family law case. Unraveling the layers of deception that previous lawyers had found insurmountable. Robert was able to bring a truthful resolution to a case that spanned nearly a decade. We now have an Order with the safeguards for my family that allow us to move forward to a successful future. Thank you from all us.
I have litigated against Robert Getz in the past. I found him to be a lawyer who zealously represents his clients. Although he is willing to go to court to argue on behalf of his clients, he is also very practical in his approach to settl...
I have litigated against Robert Getz in the past. I found him to be a lawyer who zealously represents his clients. Although he is willing to go to court to argue on behalf of his clients, he is also very practical in his approach to settling cases. Overall, I give Robert Getz a very high rating as a lawyer.
I found Mr. Getz to be extremely knowledgable, responsive and compassionate when dealing with my legal issues. His office is located centrally and his staff seems very well trained.