Intelligent, Vigorous Advocacy In Divorce

At Canfield Madow Law Group, PLLC, our Everett-based attorneys have represented hundreds of clients in divorce cases. With more than three decades of combined experience, partners Damon Canfield and Roberta Madow have earned the respect and trust of fellow lawyers throughout Snohomish County and beyond.

Canfield Madow

However, we don't rest on our laurels. We have a continual drive to win, and you can rely on our firm for relentless advocacy in a wide array of divorce-related matters such as:

  • Property and debt division — Dividing marital assets and debts is a key part of the divorce process. However, it's not always easy to determine what counts as marital property and what doesn't. Trust our skilled attorneys to help you accurately characterize assets as separate or community property, trace hidden assets and take other steps to defend your rightful share. We are experienced with assessing the scope and value of a full range of assets including retirement accounts, small businesses, real estate and more.
  • Child custody and supportIssues related to children are often the most contentious. Let our attorneys champion your parental rights and financial interests in matters related to residential placement/custody, past-due child support and other concerns.
  • Spousal maintenance — Formerly known as alimony, these payments are dependent on factors such as the length of the marriage, how much each spouse earns, each spouse's employment history and education, how marital property is divided and more.

"The amount and duration of spousal maintenance is frequently a source of high conflict in divorce. Talk to our experienced attorneys before getting bullied into a bad deal." - Attorney Damon H. Canfield

  • Divorce for military service membersMilitary divorce often involves unique property division issues, such as the division of military pensions. In addition, it can raise significant questions about how to craft a parenting plan that takes periods of deployment into account, how to reconcile command requirements with civil court orders and much more.
  • Post-divorce modifications — Life doesn't come to a standstill after divorce. As things change, you may need to modify an existing court order. We can assist you with this.
  • Domestic violence/Harassment — Sadly, violence or abuse within the home prompts many divorces. If you are a victim of domestic violence, or if you have been falsely accused, our lawyers will be your strong advocates. If you have been unfairly served with a restraining order, we can also help you understand your rights and options.

Let's Talk About Your Situation Today

Set up an initial consultation about any divorce-related concern in Washington by calling Canfield Madow Law Group, PLLC, at 425-312-1870 today. You can also reach us by email. We look forward to speaking with you.