This link directs you to the Washington State Department of Licensing’s section on learning how to reinstate your driver’s license by gathering your information and personalizing step-by-step instructions for getting your license back.
This link directs you to the Washington State Department of Licensing’s webpage that discusses “How to prepare for a hearing”; what to expect, your legal rights, and how to file an appeal as well as other FAQs.
This link directs you to the Washington State Department of Licensing’s DUI (Driving Under the Influence) Information page which answers a handful of FAQs regarding this topic.
This site includes links to all of the Washington State pattern forms.
This extensive guide was published by the Washington State Administrative Office of the Courts in 2008. It specically addresses the use of guardian ad litems in family law matters and includes discussions of GAL investigations, report writing for GALs and the dynamics of domestic violence.
This chapter of the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) contains a variety of laws dealing with families, marriage, divorce and children.
Chapter 13.34 of the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) includes laws governing guardian ad litems, juvenile dependency and the termination of parental rights.
Resolution Washington is a website designed to help you find dispute resolution centers throughout all of Washington state.
The mission of the Washington State Office of Public Defense (OPD) is “to implement the constitutional and statutory guarantees of counsel and to ensure the effective and efficient delivery of indigent defense services funded by the state… .” RCW 2.70.005. Established by the Legislature in 1996, OPD is an independent agency of the judicial branch. OPD administers state funds appropriated for the Parents Representation Program for dependency cases, appellate indigent defense services, and criminal trial indigent defense services.
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