Advise clients on their rights, strategy, and procedure
Prepare, file, and serve documents for clients
Assist clients at certain types of hearings and settlement conferences.
Prepare a client to represent themselves in court proceedings
If you’re looking for a cost-effective way to navigate the complexities of family law litigation in Wenatchee or North Central Washington, hiring a Legal Technician may be the right choice for you. As a Legal Technician with years of experience, I specialize in helping clients in this area with a wide range of legal issues, including child support litigation, contested divorce litigation, custody and visitation rights litigation, divorce litigation, modification of court orders, parent timesharing litigation, paternity establishment litigation, restraining order litigation, spousal support and alimony litigation, and uncontested divorce legal services.
One of the biggest advantages of hiring a Legal Technician is that it’s often less expensive than hiring a lawyer. While a lawyer’s hourly rate can be quite high, a Legal Technician’s rates are generally more affordable, making it a more accessible option for clients who may be concerned about the cost of legal representation.
Whether you’re dealing with a child support dispute, a contested divorce, or any other family law matter, I can provide you with the legal expertise you need to protect your rights and achieve a favorable outcome. And because I am a Legal Technician, I can offer my services at a more affordable rate than many lawyers in the area.
If you’re looking for a cost-effective way to navigate the complexities of family law litigation in Wenatchee or North Central Washington, look no further. Contact me today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how I can help you protect your rights and achieve a favorable outcome.
Q: Can Legal Technicians file papers in Court for my family law case?
A. Yes. Legal Technicians can draft, file, and serve Washington state’s pattern family law forms in most all family law case types.
Q: Can Legal Technicians represent me at my hearing?
A: Legal Technicians can assist and confer with you, and answer questions from the Judge at your hearing, but cannot argue on your behalf. You must speak to the Judge, and I will be there to assist you and answer any questions the Judge may have for me on facts or procedure in your case. I will also help you prepare.
Q: How rigorous is the preparation for the Legal Technician license?
A: Legal Technicians are required to have at least an Associate’s Degree with specific core coursework, extended family law courses, 3,000 hours of substantive work experience, and pass licensing exams in ethics and substantive law.