Columbia Valley Legal Technician Services, PLLC | Family Law Legal Services in Washington State | About Us
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About Us


A limited license legal technician, also known as a legal technician or a LLLT, is licensed by the Washington Supreme Court to advise and assist people going through divorce, child custody, and other family law matters in Washington.

Legal technicians provide limited legal services in family law by consulting with and advising clients, completing and filing necessary court documents, and assisting pro se clients at certain types of hearings and settlement conferences. They also help with court scheduling and support clients in navigating the legal system. LLLTs are well trained, experienced, and competent licensed legal professionals who may be able to provide you with the legal help you need. If you cannot afford a lawyer, a legal technician might be an affordable option for your family law matter.

Click here for more information from the Washington State Bar Association

Meet the Legal Technician

Owner, Priscilla Selden, LLLT No. 102

I am one of the very first Limited License Legal Technicians (“Triple LTs”) licensed in Washington state, and launched my practice, Columbia Valley Legal Technician Services, PLLC, based in Chelan County, Washington, in Fall 2015.

I have a BA degree from the University of Vermont and a paralegal certificate from the esteemed Edmonds Community College program. I worked as a paralegal for a wide range of employers, law firms, and attorneys in Wenatchee for over twenty-five years, and passed the Paralegal Advanced Competency Exam (PACE) developed by the National Federation of Paralegal Associations. In addition to my private practice, I served as the Douglas County Courthouse Facilitator helping self-representing parties with their family law cases from 2015 – 2021, and currently assist clients through local and statewide nonprofits that provide free legal assistance to low and moderate income clients.