Every year, numerous couples in Washington and elsewhere decide to end their marriages. When going through the divorce process, there is a lot on one's plate. It is easy to overlook things that can cause issues now or down the line. For example, failing to protect digital accounts can result in the other party stealing and using information in order to get a better settlement.
Every year, numerous married couples in Washington and elsewhere decide to call it quits. There is nothing wrong with divorce, as it allows both parties to move forward in their lives. Divorce can be difficult for children, though, and the courts will do everything possible to ensure child custody arrangements are created that will serve the best interests of the kids.
Washington residents who want to ensure that their assets and beneficiaries are protected in the event of their deaths have a lot to do to make sure it is done. It would be nice to believe that a do-it-yourself will would be sufficient. However, at the end of the day, such a will may not hold up in probate.