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Washington Traffic Violations
Traffic violations are criminal acts that violate the rules of driving. Most violations are considered minor infractions. They usually won't have serious consequences. However, some violations, such as driving while under the influence, can be considered major criminal offenses. Also, minor violations ... READ MORE

Washington Residency and Bankruptcy Filing
Bankruptcy relief is based on federal law. There are two types of bankruptcy individuals can file: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13.Chapter 7 is a fast liquidation track, in which assets are surrendered and sold to repay debts. Often, there are no or few assets turned over to the bankruptcy trustee for this ... READ MORE

Washington Employment Law Basics
Washington employees are protected at work by both state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination, requiring employers to pay the minimum wage, and much more. ... READ MORE

WA What Is Small Claims Court?
People have minor disputes every day. They range from things like a mechanic not getting paid for car repairs he made, to a landlord refusing to return a tenant's security deposit. Often, these disputes don't involve enough money to justify hiring an attorney. The fees you may have to pay an attorney ... READ MORE

WA Witnesses at a Small Claims Trial
So, you're involved in a lawsuit that's been filed in the Washington small claims court, and it's getting near the time to go trial and have a judge decide who wins. Other than documents and papers like receipts, canceled checks, and repair estimates, what can you do to help make sure you're on the winning ... READ MORE

Washington Expungement of Records
Expungement and record sealing are legal processes that erase or hide your criminal record so it does not appear on a criminal background check. Employers, landlords, credit agencies, schools and countries issuing travel visas can easily access your public record and deny you an opportunity based primarily ... READ MORE

Washington Small Claims
What is Small Claims Court? Yours is a common scenario: You're owed money but it's not enough to justify hiring an attorney to file a lawsuit to get it? In Washington, this type of dispute, and many others, is handled by a special court. Knowing a little about what "small claims court" is and how it ... READ MORE

Fundamentals of Washington Personal Injury
Personal injury cases are legal matters with the purpose of awarding monetary compensation for harm or injury. The purpose of this type of case is to seek relief or mitigate the damage that has happened to you or your property as a result of another's negligence. What Are Damages? The term damages refers ... READ MORE

WA Alternatives to Small Claims Court
Is a customer refusing to pay for repairs you made to her car? Were you involved in a fender-bender and the other driver won't pay to have your car fixed? These are the types of disputes that are handled by the Washington small claims court. It's designed to be a fast, informal, and inexpensive way for ... READ MORE

WA After Small Claims Court
You've been preparing for your small claims case for a while now. You've arranged for your witnesses to be at trial and you have all of your receipts and other papers ready for the judge to look at. It's getting close to the time for the Washington small claims court make a decision about who's right. ... READ MORE


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