FAQ: Can DUI Be Expunged in Washington State? Dec16

FAQ: Can DUI Be Expunged in Washington State?

One of the many questions you - and our clients - ask about Driving Under The Influence (DUI) is: Can conviction be expunged in Washington State? What Is Expungement? It refers to the process of asking the court to remove an arrest or conviction from your criminal record. Can be expunged in Washington State? The answer i...

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WHY SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT IS STILL THE BEST OPTION FOR YOUR DIVORCE THIS PANDEMIC. Nov30

WHY SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT IS STILL THE BEST OPTION FOR YOUR DIVORCE THIS PANDEMIC.

WHY SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT IS STILL THE BEST OPTION FOR YOUR DIVORCE THIS PANDEMIC   Soriano Law LLC is a trusted and competent firm to help you with divorce or family law and DUI cases. Our attorneys have more than 10 years of experience dealing with such cases and can only provide the best advice on what to do. Despite the...

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Why A DUI Lawyer Is The Best For You Oct20

Why A DUI Lawyer Is The Best For You

You're pulled over for DUI. It's distressing and takes a toll on your mental health. Not to mention, physical and financial health as well. We've shown you what to do when you are arrested for the first time with DUI and the second time - and we couldn't emphasize more why it's important to hire an experienced lawyer to help yo...

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Top FAQs About DUI in Washington State in 2021 Aug30

Top FAQs About DUI in Washington State in 2021

Soriano Law LLC is a responsive and knowledgeable law firm that has helped multiple DUI clients over the years. Here's a rundown of the FIVE most frequently asked questions about DUI for you.   What is an alcohol evaluation in Washington DUI law? ...

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Second DUI Offense in Washington: What You Need To Know Now Jul23

Second DUI Offense in Washington: What You Need To Know Now

Soriano Law LLC is here to help you. Get your free consultation with our experienced DUI attorneys to help you be informed and navigate the court system. A Second DUI charge could have more serious consequences, and we can help you with your offenses. What To Know About Second O...

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DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE (DUI): WHAT ELSE COMES WITH A FIRST TIME OFFENSE Jun25

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE (DUI): WHAT ELSE COMES WITH A FIRST TIME OFFENSE

As a first timer, it is important that you know what to do. We posted a before about it. But there are other things you should be aware when being charged with DUI. Read on. Washington State is known to be a tough state in terms of Driving Under The Influence (DUI) laws. Aside from fines and a possible jail time, first tim...

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CIVIL STANDBY: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Jun09

CIVIL STANDBY: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Here's the thing. You have a situation where you're ex wants to get some of his/her stuff from the house. The thing is, he/she has a restraining order. You're either scared or upset. What will you do? What Is Civil Standby? From the situation above, you can ask for a civil standby. It basically...

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Residential Time Versus Parenting Plan: Is There A Difference? Apr19

Residential Time Versus Parenting Plan: Is There A Difference?

During the time you filed for a divorce or legal separation - a parenting plan is required to be included. This ensures that children are still given care, are attended with their needs, and have time allotted to spend with each parent.   For unmarried parents, this is known as a paternity action and once the fath...

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WHY PARENTING PLAN IS IMPORTANT IN LEGAL SEPARATION Mar08

WHY PARENTING PLAN IS IMPORTANT IN LEGAL SEPARATION

Now that you already know what's the difference between a legal separation and a , you're probably on your way to the court or booked a conversation with your attorney. Again, legal separation is very similar to divorce, however, in the end, you’re still legally married. Both legal separation and divorce will divide asset...

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Protection Orders In Washington: What It Is And How You Can File Nov06

Protection Orders In Washington: What It Is And How You Can File

Protection orders are there to prevent contact between two people. It may involve physical or personal contact, phone or text contact, email or social media contact, or communication through a third party. In many cases, protection orders also involve remaining a certain distance away from someone's home, school, or place of employme...

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