Web-based Legal Research Instruction: Does It Work?. Rita Kaiser Reference Services Librarian King County Law Library. Getting Involved in Web based Instruction. Previously taught in-person classes for public librarians Asked to develop synchronous web-based sessions for SPL
Reference Services Librarian
King County Law Library
Legal glossaryleads to research guides, which lead to web sites – can start here.
Everyone who took the online version said they would do so again.
/ court forms
/ ending the marriage (contempt of court)
/ Motion/Declaration for an Order to Show Cause re contempt
/ Download and print Word form.
Rita’s Answer-- You can use either walawhelp or the state court web site to answer this question. If Washingtonlawhelp, choose Family law, then choose Contempt of Court, then choose Filing a Motion for Contempt in a Dissolution Action – you can also have your patron look at the Contempt of Court in a Family Law Case; the Basics. These will include the necessary forms (motion and order) and instructions – with a caveat. Or, you can send them to the state court web site at www.courts.wa.gov and choose Court Forms, then choose Contempt of Court under the Ending the Marriage heading. The forms here are in Word format and the patron can fill them out online, print them or save them. My inclination in this case usually depends on how much I think the patron understands. If the patron needs an overview before they start the process, I will usually start them at Washingtonlawhelp. If they need the forms in Word format – with the most up-to-date forms and instructions, I will send them to the court site – as Walawhelp is not always up-to-date, so they could inadvertently be using pattern forms that have been replaced. This isn’t as likely to happen at the state court site.
No, But – you never know.