Category Archives: Client Resource

Current clients will find articles in this category helpful.

Back to Business as Usual

I am on the tail-end of a short holiday break. I’ll be back in my office tomorrow and returning to regular business hours. Hope everyone had a great holiday weekend. We have another holiday weekend just ahead! Looks like the Courts are closed on December 31st. I will schedule appointments on Friday 12/31/11. However other […]

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Why An Attorney Should Prepare Your Uncontested Divorce

Unsurprisingly, I have a vested interest in the topic of this post.  I’m an attorney.  I earn my living in family law.  I offer flat rate plans for uncontested divorces.  There are a number of experienced family law attorneys in Spokane to choose from.  Some of those attorneys also offer flat rate plans for uncontested […]

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Scheduling An Appointment Online

I often forget to let existing clients know about online booking.  Some of my clients booked their initial consultation with me using my online scheduling service.    This is also a great tool for existing clients.  I’ve recently added the function to the firm’s Facebook page. Scheduling can also be accomplished via this website navigating to […]

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Divorcing Parties Ordered to Exchange Facebook Passwords

This is timely.  I just received an article from the ABA in my e-mail inbox referencing this Forbes article.   According to the sources, a Judge in Connecticut ordered divorcing parties to exchange their Facebook and dating website passwords.  Not only did the judge compel production of the information, but also issued an injunction preventing […]

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Social Media and Divorce

Orders pertaining to child custody (parenting plans, temporary orders) typically contain the following clause or something similar:  Neither parent shall make disparaging remarks about the other parent or any other remarks that might cause diminishment of the child’s respect for the other parent either to the child or in the presence of the child, nor […]

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Family Law Temporary Motion Hearing in Spokane – What to Expect

Family law motion hearings are very stressful and emotional for the parties involved.  Often the motion hearing is the first time either party has ever been inside the courtroom as a litigant.  Also, it is quite common for these hearings to occur within the first 14-21 days of the case being started. In Spokane the […]

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Oversharing Online Once Again

Two years ago I posted an article about oversharing online via social networking sites.  The New York Times recently addressed this same phenomenon as it pertains to divorce lawyers.  The article is linked here.

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Spokane Local Family Law Rule – Parenting Seminar

In Spokane County Superior Court, parents involved in litigation pertaining to their children (dissolution of marriage and paternity/parentage actions) are required to attend a parenting seminar. The seminar costs about $20 and is offered by more than one agency with hours to accommodate working parents.  The length of the seminar is approximately three hours. After […]

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Spokane County Family Law Court Video

The Family Law Department of the Spokane Superior Court quietly added a great resource to its website.   A video was posted which explains the most commonly encountered steps in a dissolution of marriage.  The video is hosted on the Superior Court website here.  The video also plays non-stop in the first floor of the […]

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Online Scheduling

I am trying out an online scheduling application so that new and existing clients can book appointments online.  There are links placed all over the website and special spot on the navigation bar to choose from.   For those reading this post, appointments can be booked online here or here. If I get a positive response […]

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