Update to January 2021 Blog Regarding Garnishments in Washington State Pursuant to Washington Governor’s Proclamation 20-49.14, garnishments can now be applied to all bank account funds that do not consist… Read more »

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Be careful who you buy from.  Whether you are purchasing from a street vendor, an established merchant, or through e-commerce, purchasing used items can be tricky—especially if it turns out… Read more »

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A Balanced Family Leave Plan

In 2019 Washington takes a huge stride to ensure families may legally take leave without the fear of economic distress. The passage of Senate Bill 5975 provides families with up… Read more »

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Summary Judgement Options

In litigation, summary judgment is essentially an inquiry as to whether the opposing party can present a genuine issue of material fact supported by appropriate evidence. This is done by… Read more »

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