In advance of your family law hearing, this video explains the important step of completing your Submission List (of documents).
How has the process for filing an emergency ex parte motion changed under COVID?
This talk with attorney David Cedarblade will give you a good introduction to Protection Orders.
A brief discussion of some of the other types of protection orders.
A brief introduction to domestic violence protection orders.
“Restraining orders” have a particular meaning under Washington State law – but it’s not quite what most people have in mind when they use the term. What people are usually thinking of are the safeguards afforded by “protection orders.” This video discusses some of the differences between the two.
A brief introduction to Antiharassment protection orders.
A brief look at some COVID-related changes to serving as a juror in King County District Court.
(Please also see the Attorney’s Edition for more insights: https://youtu.be/lSGn7LdWeq4 )
Significant changes were made to our State’s nonparental custody laws in 2020. The new laws were set to take effect after December 31, 2020 but the King County Superior Court Clerk’s office has recently learned that the implementation of these new laws has been postponed. For more details about how this impacts nonparental custody procedures in King County, read the Clerk’s announcement here.
Both King County Library System and Seattle Public Library are offering curb-side printing pick-ups at select branches for registered users. If you can’t print from home, take advantage of these COVID-19 work-around services.