“Our task is not to fix blame for the past, but to fix
John F. Kennedy
Welcome to Aronow Enterprises
is uniquely qualified as the only former superior court
commissioner available in Spokane to help the parties informally resolve matters
over which he had formerly presided for over eleven years in many thousands of hearings
and settlement conferences :
- ALL VARIETIES OF FAMILY LAW MATTERS including divorce, legal separations, temporary and final custody and modifications of parenting plans, relocations, paternity and residential schedules, initial and final child support orders and modifications, post secondary (college) support, adoptions, maintenance (alimony) property settlement agreements, property division, valuation and characterization, non-parental custody, restraining orders, meretricious relationships, attorney fees issues and contempt of court.
- GUARDIANSHIP ISSUES such as care facility disputes, initial guardianship considerations, protective payees for benefits, medical issues, choice of guardians of the estate and/or person, professional guardians, co-guardians, sale of residences and personal property of an incapacitated family member or loved one.
- JUVENILE COURT
matters including ARY (At risk youth) CHINS(Child
in need of services), Truancies, CPS matters and
Dependencies (child and abuse/neglect cases), including placement of Children
with relatives or in foster care, Indian Child Welfare Act issues, relinquishment and
- FRED ARONOW’S many years of experience and service in deciding matters like those listed above are available to help the parties find their own solutions more quickly than litigation using arbitration, mediation, or the other methods presented in this website and avoid the costs of time and money not to mention the stress of preparing for and waiting, and going to court.
1324 N. Liberty Lake Dr. #343
Liberty Lake, WA 99019-8243
“The law is a default solution.”
Robert Kirkman Collins
“This is court of law, young man, not a court of justice.”
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Justice, U.S Supreme Court
“So let us begin anew—remembering on both sides that civility is not a sign of weakness,
and sincerity is always subject to proof. Let us never negotiate out of fear. But let us
never fear to negotiate.”
John F. Kennedy, Inaugural Address, 1961
“Laws are not made for particular cases, but for men in general.”
Samuel Johnson, 1776
A family mediator shall recognize that mediation is based on the principle of self determination by the parties.