In advance of your family law hearing, this video explains the important step of completing your Submission List (of documents).
This video reviews the steps for scheduling a family law hearing.
Recorded in August of 2020, this short video points out some things that you should keep in mind when filing a family law motion – particularly during the time of COVID.
This video will cover the new process for noting/calendaring your ex parte motions.
A further introductions to motions – the way you ask the court for something.
In Part 2, we’ll look at court rules and scheduling.
Part 3 addresses Notice of Court Date and the Judge’s working copies.
What should a motion look like? What must be included with it? How do you submit evidence?
What can you expect when you make an appearance before a family law judge or commissioner? This video gives you some very practical tips – whether you’re appearing via video conference or in person.
Without public debate or a formal hearing on the topic, the Washington State Supreme Court decided last month to end the Limited Licence Legal Technician (LLLT) program. The June letter ends a program that broadened access to legal representation and served as a model for other states across the nation. Please read/listen to the KNKX new story HERE.