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Washington State Now Has Virtual, Remote Notaries

Did you know that Washington State recently became the ninth state to allow for online, remote notarization of legal documents?  Originally, the online remote notarization authorization was meant to take effect in October 2020, but Washington State’s governor put the new law into effect early, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting increased need for [..]

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Washington State COVID-19 Eviction Moratorium Update (October 12, 2020)

Washington State’s Governor Inslee has just announced another extension to the Washington statewide eviction moratorium, this time extending the order until the end of 2020. The Federal Trump Administration has also joined in to support eviction protections during the coronavirus pandemic. If you can remember back to March of this year, the Federal CARES Act [..]

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Is Probate Always Necessary? Maybe Not

Probate is the court-administered distribution of assets that can occur after someone has passed away. Probate can happen even when someone had a will, and the process requires the deceased person’s executor or heirs to open a case with a local superior court, by paying a filing fee and filing specific legal paperwork. You may [..]

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I’m a Trustee – Do I Need a Lawyer?

If you’re taking over as trustee of a living trust, or you are named as trustee or executor in a will, you will have some work to do. You will begin by collecting all the relevant information, bills, and documents related to the trust or estate’s financial records, so that you can ultimately account for [..]

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We Have a “Rising Star”!

Limitless Law PLLC is proud to announce that our lead attorney, Emily Rose Mowrey, has been selected to the 2020 Washington State SuperLawyers Rising Stars list. Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor. Super Lawyers is [..]

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Washington State Eviction Law Update (June 2020)

While Washington State has started the process of re-opening its economy in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the future for landlords and their tenants is still somewhat uncertain. Here’s the latest eviction law update as of June 2020. The Federal CARES Act, passed by Congress in late March 2020, included a 120-day suspension on [..]

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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy – What Happens When You File?

Bankruptcy can be confusing and stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. At Limitless Law, we pride ourselves on helping make the legal system easier for our clients to navigate. Here is a general idea of the steps involved in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case in the Western District of Washington, where our law firm [..]

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Are Courts Open During COVID-19?

COVID-19 has had far-reaching consequences, including the courts. Though the courts and legal services are considered “essential businesses” under the Washington state governor’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, there have many been changes to court operations during this time. Bankruptcy Court: If you are preparing to file for bankruptcy, the bankruptcy court is still accepting [..]

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