Divorce & Family Law

In Tacoma & South Puget Sound, WA


Your Washington State Divorce & Family Law Advocate

We are passionate about protecting you and your family—financially, mentally, and emotionally. Here at Bliss Law Group, we help our clients through a wide range of situations, and will always work diligently to ensure the best possible outcome.

Alternative Dispute Resolution

When it comes to divorce and other types of family-related disputes, it is our philosophy to pursue some means of alternative dispute resolution whenever we believe doing so would be both practical and beneficial for you and your loved ones.

With that said, we understand that every case is as unique and nuanced as the individuals that bring them to us, and under certain circumstances litigation may afford the only reasonable means of effectively resolving your divorce while protecting your rights and best interests.

No matter your background, we will work to understand the intricacies of your situation and guide you through the best possible means of achieving a positive resolution to your case, whether they be alternative or litigious in nature.

Tacoma Divorce Lawyer Practice Areas

The following reflects our primary practice areas. Even if your family law matter does not fit into one of the categories listed below, please do not hesitate to contact us to speak with our intake specialist and to set up a consultation with one of our highly experienced and qualified family law attorneys. We can determine if your circumstances require immediate action and advise you on all of your potential options. Here is more information on divorce statistics.

Legal Process

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Legal dissolution of marriage

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Legal Separation Without Children

Formal legal process in which a married couple lives separately but remains legally married

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Allocation of Assets/Debts

The process of dividing the marital assets and debts between the divorcing couple

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Spousal Maintenance

Financial support paid by one spouse to the other after divorce or separation.


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Child Custody

Determining which parent will have legal and physical custody of the child after a divorce or separation.

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Residential Schedules

Creating a schedule for when a child will spend time with each parent.

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Child Support

Financial support paid by one parent to the other for the benefit of the child.

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Third-Party Custody

A legal arrangement in which someone who is not the child’s parent is granted custody of the child.