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.
Writing a will is part of sound financial planning – and it could make things so much easier for your loved ones! This video will teach you some of the fundamentals that you need to keep in mind as you do so.
With help from two partners, the City of Seattle Office of Immigration and Refugee Affairs has complied a spreadsheet that can help you determine what benefits a person is eligible for based on their immigration status.
The spreadsheet no substitute for legal advice, but is rather intended as a quick reference guide.
Read more about it and access the spreadsheet HERE.
If you are a small business or nonprofit with 50 or fewer employees, you can make an appointment for a free 60-minute legal consultation to discuss issues you may be facing a a result of COVID-19. The consultations are being organized by Communities Rise and will take place via telephone or video conference. The clinics are perfect to address topics surrounding:
- Federal loans/grants
- General employment (furloughs, layoffs, etc.)
- Property leases
- Business closure/dissolution
- And many more…
To register, CLICK HERE.
Join the Unemployment Law Project’s WEEKLY webinar to find out the latest about how the pandemic is affecting unemployment benefits. The free webinar will answer viewer questions and takes place every Monday at 12:00pm PST. For more information and to register, click HERE.
One of the silver linings of these uncertain times is that they can cause us to think about things that all should – but often don’t. No one LIKES to think about unpleasant outcomes or unforeseen changes in life circumstances, but just a little planning can make such possibilities much easier for those around us. This Above The Law article gives you a brief, but solid review of three documents that we should all have in place before we need them.
This brief video will introduce you to the basics of what is known as “service of process” – the court-mandated requirements for delivering your initial court papers to the defendant/respondent.
Special thanks to the students and librarians at the Seattle University School of Law for all of their help.