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.
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.
This is the first of seven parts in our “Lawsuits Without Tears” video series. The videos are meant to be a very basic introduction to some of the things that a self represented litigant (SRL) without a legal background can expect to encounter while pursuing a case.
An introduction to the role and importance of court rules in civil cases.
In Part 3, you will learn about the contents and importance of the Case Schedule – which the clerk gives you when you file your case.
The discovery process is where parties collect documentary evidence and testimony that often decides the outcome of their case.