This video looks at some important aspects of filing various types of motions into your family law case.
Below timepoints for some specific discussions:
- 00:39 – Who should hear my motion – a Commissioner? Ex Parte? The assigned Judge?
- 03:58 – How do I get my motion heard by a Commissioner?
- 08:27 – What I want to file more than one motion?
- 11:07 – How do I get my motion heard by my assigned Judge?
- 15:06 – What to know about presenting your motion
- 16:58 – New hearing confirmation procedure (“List of Submitted Documents.”)
Master list of documents that need to be filed with Ex Parte via the Clerk https://dja-eweb.kingcounty.gov/expar…
King County Superior Court forms https://kingcounty.gov/courts/clerk/f…
Direct link to the List of Submitted Documents: https://kingcounty.gov/~/media/courts…
Beginning in 2021, victims of domestic violence can protect themselves from abusers who try to use the legal process to further harass them. This video introduces you to the process for stopping and preventing it.
Welcome to the King County Law Library – here are 5 important things to know before paying us a visit!
A quick introduction to KCLL’s live Video Reference Service. It can be accessed from our website: www.kcll.org.
A brief introduction to Antiharassment 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 discussion of some of the other types of protection orders.
This talk with attorney David Cedarblade will give you a good introduction to Protection Orders.
This video highlights some of the important procedural changes that have been implemented by the Ex Parte department to cope with the pandemic.