Family Law Workshop Series: Beginner's Guide to Starting a Family Law Case

Monday, March 4, 2019

Shoreline Library
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Family Law Workshop Series: Beginner's Guide to Starting a Family Law Case 

KCLS and the King County Law Library are pleased to offer a four part series of workshops on family law. Attend all or just the one you need!

Registration required for all workshops. Space is limited. Call the Shoreline Library at 206-362-7550 or use the links below to register online for each workshop.

Shoreline Library, 345 NE 175th St NE, 98155  

Sunday, March 17, 12p-1:30p

Beginner's Guide to Starting a Family Law Case. Before you begin your family law case, come to this 90-minute class to learn about the process of starting a case, and the basic steps involved in preparing your documents for filing. We also discuss the various options for legal help, including legal technicians, Washington's newest kind of legal professional.

https://kcls.bibliocommons.com/events/5bc915233a1e98ef6cbee46d

Sunday, March 31, 12-1p

You've Filed - What's Next? Filing a family law case is the first step to getting court orders. If you cannot wait for final orders for things like child support, restraining orders, and decisions on where you, the other party, and/or the children may live, then temporary orders may be what you need. Come learn more about temporary orders in this one-hour class.

https://kcls.bibliocommons.com/events/5bc9153955a44e3500cbe921

Sunday, April 14, 12-1p

Working It Out with the Other Side. You need information from the other side, but how do you get it? You also need to come to an agreement, but how do you do that? This one-hour class will provide helpful information about discovery and alternative dispute resolution options, such as mediation and arbitration.

https://kcls.bibliocommons.com/events/5bc9153b55a44e3500cbe923

Sunday, April 28, 12-1p

Let's Talk about Parents and Parenting Plans. When couples with children separate, they often need a parenting plan to spell out where the children reside, how parents make decisions about their children, and who pays for what. If a parent isn't listed on the birth certificate, sometimes the legal parents must be decided before the parenting plan or child support can be ordered. Find out more in this one-hour focus class.

https://kcls.bibliocommons.com/events/5bc9153e55a44e3500cbe925 




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