The Washington Family Law Deskbook editors share some thoughts on their long careers, how the practice of family law has changed, and more.
Collaborative divorce is a unique, cooperative alternative to litigation in marital dissolution cases.
What family law lawyers should know about the critical initial hearing that occurs in any family law case.
For people from underrepresented communities, these biases can lead to barriers to entry into the legal profession.
This article covers some of the most notable changes in the law that are germane to all six types of civil protection orders.
A column from WSBA President Brian Tollefson on court funding.
A note from WSBA Executive Director Terra Nevitt, on the WSBA’s membership demographic survey and finding common ground.
A note from WSBA Treasurer Bryn Peterson, providing a report on the WSBA finances.
Letters to the editor published in the July/August 2022 issue of Washington State Bar News.
Effective communication, attention to detail, working within time constraints, and overall professionalism—all deemed “soft skills”—are essential to the practice of law.