By Deborah Gordon, Senior Associate Many have recently asked VSSF lawyers about the best time to file for their impending separation and/or divorce – now or wait until after the pandemic? There is a mistaken belief that our courthouses are closed (or partially closed) and that divorce cases are not moving forward, so the advice people are erroneously receiving is
Do you notice that there are less vehicles on the road (and therefore, there are way less motor vehicle accidents)? That is a good thing. Vehicle accidents are unavoidable. Many of us drive a vehicle every day. No matter how long you have been driving, these tips will help you be prepared for whatever happens on the open road. Be prepared.
By Stephanie L. Messplay, Attorney On April 16, 2020, Governor Inslee issued an order extending and expanding the eviction moratorium until June 4, 2020. What does that mean for you if you’re a tenant? First, your landlord cannot initiate eviction proceedings against you unless you pose a significant and immediate risk to the health and safety of others. In other