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LLLT's can now do more!

Greetings,

I am excited to share with you the expanded scope of LLLT practice as approved by the Washington State Supreme Court on June 4, 2019. I have completed the training held at the Washington State Bar Association and I am excited to provide additional services to my clients.

LLLTs (Limited License Legal Technicians) are now able to present agreed final orders in Family Law matters. I may now accompany you clients to mediation sessions and speak on procedural matters or factual issues before the court.

As always, I look forward to providing personal and professional legal services and welcome referrals.

Best regards,

Laura

PRESENTING AGREED ORDERS

APR 28, regulation 2B

(g) LLLTs may present to a court agreed orders, uncontested orders, default orders, and accompanying documents;

ASSISTING AND CONFERRING WITH CLIENTS AND

RESPONDING TO QUESTIONS FROM THE COURT

(h) LLLTs, when accompanying their clients, may assist and confer with their pro se clients and respond to direct questions from the court or tribunal

regarding factual and procedural issues at the hearings listed below:

i. domestic violence protection orders and other protection or restraining orders arising from a domestic relations case;

ii. motions for temporary orders, including but not limited to temporary parenting plans, child support, maintenance, and orders to show cause;

iii. enforcement of domestic relations orders;

iv. administrative child support;

v. modification of child support;

vi. adequate cause hearings for nonparental custody or parenting plan modifications;

vii. reconsiderations or revisions;

viii. trial setting calendar proceedings with or without the client when the LLLT has confirmed the available dates of the client in writing in advance

of the proceeding.

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" As an LLLT I offer limited legal services in family law at a lower cost than an attorney.  

My goal is to assist clients with compassion, respect and dignity; keeping end goals in mind."  

~Laura 

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