What are the filing fees in Washington State for a divorce, legal separation or annulment?
(Dissolution, Legal Separation,
Victim Assessment Fee
Court Facilitator Surcharge
Filing fee in all counties is $290. Lincoln County charges an additional $30 for the "ex parte" signing of the final Order/Decree by the Judge.
To request a waiver of the filing fee, a Motion and Declaration for Waiver of Civil Fees and Surcharges and a Financial Statement (completed with both parties income information) must be filed. For a fee waiver in Lincoln County, see our
Lincoln County FAQ.
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