Brandli Law has moved locations within Friday Harbor. Our new offices are on Guard Street just half a block from the San Juan County Court House. See here for our address. As explained here, our offices remain closed to the public. However, we are fully operational, meeting with clients on Zoom and on the telephone.
Since the initial “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order, Governor Inslee lifted restrictions that allow professional services business to operate with certain restrictions, and then reinstated those restrictions. These changes have not impacted our operations. We are continuing our office closure as explained here. We make exceptions for clients when circumstances warrant. Our notary services continue Read the full article . . .
Effective on March 25, 2020 and continuing into May, non-essential businesses are closed in Washington State. See Governor Inslee’s proclamation. The proclamation allows workers to work from home and allows owners of single-owner businesses to work from their offices. Consequently, Brandli Law continues to work on cases involving family law, real property, wills and estates, Read the full article . . .
THIS POLICY HAS BEEN SUPERSEDED. SEE THE POST EXPLAINING OUR CURRENT POLICY. We at Brandli Law feel a sense of duty to our clients and to the community as a whole to act responsibly in response to the outbreak of COVID-19, also known as the Novel Coronavirus. We are implementing the following policies. These policies Read the full article . . .
The legislature has fixed the Child Relocation Act for 50-50 parenting plans. Read the full article . . .
Parents in San Juan County commonly agree to a 50-50 parenting plan that allows a parent to propose the child’s relocation under the Child Relocation Act. The Court of Appeals has invalidated such agreements. Read the full article . . .
The Court of Appeals held that a parenting wishing to relocate a child with a 50-50 parenting plan has no legal avenue to accomplish this, even when doing so is clearly in the child’s best interests. Read the full article . . .