Sometimes people want information about the dissolution process prior to speaking with an attorney. There are links available that can give these people a general idea about the process and the laws that will affect their case.
- The Superior Court Civil Rules link is here. These rules dictate how court procedure will take place in Washington Superior Courts. It is also important to know the local rules for your county. The link to a list of local court rules is here. These rules will also be important to your case. Many counties have rules that relate specifically to family law cases.
- Some of the forms used in the dissolution process are located here. Many people find it useful to review the forms that will be used in the case they are planning to file (or respond to). The forms can also give them an idea of what types of information they need to prepare to provide their attorney.
- The Revised Code of Washington, Chapter 26 is here. This Chapter contains some of the laws that will affect your dissolution case. Your attorney can tell you about the other important laws that might affect your case.
Having an idea of how the dissolution process works can help you save time and money when you decide to hire a lawyer. The last link we want to provide you today is a link to our contact information. Please contact us if we can help you with your family law case.