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Providing High Caliber Legal Services throughout Seattle and Greater Puget Sound including King, Pierce, Snohomish, Kitsap, and Thurston Counties.

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Dellino Law Group – Experienced Seattle Attorneys

This firm is founded on the belief that working with us is more than simply hiring an attorney, it should bring you peace of mind and allow you to continue with your life while we attend to your legal matters. We offer the flexibility of experience that allows us to excel in both aggressively representing your interests or reaching amicable resolutions borne of a collaborative approach, dependent upon your circumstances.

We offer our experience to you in the following practice areas:

Our firm is a full service. The attorneys at Dellino Law Group are available to consult with you in a private setting at a time that is convenient for you. Rather than simply churn out documents for you like many other faceless firms do, we prefer to be a trusted adviser you can turn to for help. Rest assured, we will get your paperwork done, but at our firm you are more than a name — you are a person.

As a client of the firm you will have an attorney available to you when you need it most. We seek to build lasting relationships with our clients, offering you a friend in the legal community to whom you can turn with questions or concerns — even after the conclusion of your case.

We are in Seattle, conveniently located less than two miles south of downtown in the SODO Neighborhood and two blocks from the SODO Light Rail Station. We offer free secure parking, flexible office hours, and payment plans along with a private and comfortable location for your free consultation.

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Seattle DUI Attorney

Being arrested for DUI in Seattle does not have to mean a Seattle DUI conviction. Our experienced Seattle DUI attorneys will investigate all aspects of your DUI arrest to present the best possible DUI defense on your behalf. A DUI conviction can have life changing consequences, so don’t wait, call us today!

Seattle Criminal Defense Attorney

 If you’ve been charged with a criminal offense in the Seattle area, you need to have an experienced Seattle criminal defense attorney representing your legal interests. Our law firm will aggressively defend your legal rights and fight for the best possible outcome.

Seattle Family Attorney

Our firm has experience in many family law practice areas, including divorce, legal separation, child custody and parenting plans, complex property valuations and asset divisions, adoptions, and non-traditional family issues. Our experienced family lawyers will aggressively represent your interests!  

Seattle Traffic Attorney

Our experienced traffic attorneys can help with all types of traffic tickets, including speeding, reckless driving, failure to yield and more. We may be able to get your traffic ticket reduced or even dismissed. Before simply paying your ticket and admitting the violation, call our Seattle traffic attorneys! 

 

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I’ve been charged with Assault 4 – Now what?

Assault charges vary greatly in terms of situation and seriousness. Being charged with assault can be confusing, upsetting, and life-changing. Whether it is self-defense, defense of another person, a lapse in judgment, or something else that led to the assault charge, you will need strong legal representation to navigate your charges, defend your rights, and fight for the best possible outcome. Assault in the 4th Degree (Assault 4) and Domestic Violence Assault in the 4th Degree (DV Assault 4) are characterized as Gross Misdemeanor charges. The penalties and consequences of a conviction can be life changing. Understand the law: Fourth Degree Assault (Assault 4) – RCW 9A.36.041 A person may be charged with Fourth Degree Assault if he/she assaults another person under circumstances not amounting to First, Second, or Third Degree Assault No injury needs to occur for Assault 4 charges to be filed. The requirement is that the contact be considered “offensive

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Committed Intimate Relationships: What to know when you move in with a partner

*WA recognizes Committed Intimate Relationships & Not Common-Law Marriage It is a common assumption that after living with an intimate partner for a long-time, you automatically end up in “common-law marriage”. You get all the economic and legal benefits of a marriage without the formal certificate and expensive party. Sounds great, right? Wrong. It’s not so simple. Only a handful of states recognize common-law marriages, and Washington State is not one of them. While there is no common-law marriage in Washington State, unmarried couples living together for a significant period of time may become recognized as “committed intimate relationships”.  These relationships were formerly known as “meretricious relationships and are often inaccurately referred to as common-law marriages. Committed intimate relationships, including both opposite-sex and same-sex couples, have property rights similar to those had by married couples in Washington State. It is essential for you to know and understand the implications

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Relocation with Children – Moving with Kids after a Divorce

If you are considering relocating with your child or have received notification of a proposed relocation from the other parent of your child, you need to know what to expect, what your rights and options are, and how to best proceed to protect the best interests of yourself and your children. Washington law has a specific process and set of statutes that govern issues related to relocation with a child, including each party’s rights and responsibilities. This is also known as the Relocation Act (RCW 26.09.405-560). *Proposing Relocation with Children: For many different reasons, a parent may decide to move and relocate their child(ren) in the process of doing so. It may have to do with a job re-location or promotion, or it may be related to a divorce or separation and subsequent desire to move closer to extended family. For any reason, when the primary residential parent decides

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High caliber legal representation for DUI, Criminal Defense, Divorce, Family Law, Traffic Violations, Estate Planning, and Civil Litigation in Seattle, Tacoma, Bellevue, Federal Way, Kent, Redmond, Bremerton, Poulsbo, Lynnwood, Everett, Marysville, Bothell, Kenmore, Lake Forest Park, Brier, Sammamish, Renton, Burien, Monroe, Issaquah, Lakewood, Puyallup, Port Orchard, and all of King County, Pierce County, Snohomish County, Kitsap County, and Thurston County.