• Divorce with or without children

  • Legal Separation

  • Annulment

Our experience and knowledge combined with compassion and personal understanding can help you with the divorce process.  This may be a difficult time for you and we understand.  Divorce or Legal Separation, even family issues in general, can be complicated. Let us help you with the process.

Although we do not promote divorce, when it happens we are here to help you pick up the pieces and move forward. Readily available with resources to help you transition to a place of sure footing, we can direct you to the state website to find an attorney for legal advice and provide resources depending on your unique situation.

We know you have options.  We may not be your only call, but we would like to be your first.   Call now to schedule an appointment. We can take the intimidation out of the process.  If we can’t help you, we will refer you to someone who can.  This is a great place to start and the first appointment is FREE.


  • Summons
  • Petition
  • Parenting Plan
  • Order of Child Support
  • Financial Declaration
  • Sealed Financial Source Documents
  • Parenting Declaration
  • Paternity Affidavit
  • Qualified Domestic Relationship Order (QDRO)
  • Quit Claim Deed
  • Promissory Note

Just follow these three simple steps:

  1. Call and schedule an appointment (425) 710-4095.  We have a receptionist waiting to take your call. Rest assured you will not receive an automated line when you call us to schedule an appointment. In the event you reach our voicemail, we are assisting other customers and will return your call once it is received.

  1. Arrive at your appointment on time. We look forward to spending time with you and reserve time to address your needs. Please be aware that children will not be allowed in our meeting due to the sensitive issues. Do-It-Yourself Legal support children and parental relationships and regret that we cannot offer childcare. If children are a part of your dissolution look at the list of documents below. These documents will be needed to assist you.

  1. Let’s discussed your concerns and circumstances.  We can type documents for you based on your direction.   Our fees and costs are reasonable and quotes are freely given, based on what your request and our estimated time to complete the project.  In most cases, documents can be prepared in a day or two based on the information you provide and at your direction. If we can not help you with your needs, we can refer you to someone who can. Do-It-Yourself Legal can assist you with the first step in educating yourself so you will have a clear understanding about the process to make an informed decision about your future.  This is a good place to start.


It is difficult to put a price tag on the service Do-It-Yourself Legal provides. Many of us have watched the countless credit cards ads about “priceless” and that is what customers say about Do-It-Yourself Legal.

How do you put a price on comfort and security? Knowing that your paperwork are done right and as you direct at a cost you can afford has a real value.

You have options and costs vary depending on the options you choose.   Call today to schedule your appointment.


You don’t have to bring anything to your initial appointment; however, you may wish to bring:

❒ A list of assets with complete description and estimated values

❒ A list of debts, name of creditor, last 4 digits of the account number and current balance

❒ If you have real property, you may wish to bring your property tax documents that include a legal description and tax id.

❒ Retirement information

If you have dependent children you may wish to bring the following documents so we can discuss child support.

❒ W-2 or 1099 for the past 3 years

❒ Copies of your earning statement for the past 6 months

❒ Copies of your spouse’s earning statements for the past 6 months

Call now to schedule a
FREE 20 minute consultation! (425) 710-4095

WE ARE NOT ATTORNEYS AND CANNOT GIVE YOU LEGAL ADVICE, but we can get you to someone who can.  We have wonderful referrals.  Check out our Resource Page for a referral line offered by the Washington State Bar Association (WSBA.org)