Our Washington State attorneys handle cases throughout the Greater Puget Sound Region. No one wakes up in the morning hoping that they are going to need a lawyer. But, life has a way of throwing nasty curve balls sometimes. When that happens to you, we’re here to help. Our lawyers have decades of combined legal experience.
Our lawyers can help you with any legal issues involving:
There are countless situations in life where help from a lawyer is not only warranted, but absolutely necessary. Some of these events are potentially life-altering, so you need to find an attorney whom you can trust to work hard on your behalf. You need an attorney with the resources and the experience who fight to ensure the best possible legal outcome to your case. Our lawyers will do everything legal possible in order to ensure that your case is successfully resolved.
At the Law Office of Jason S. Newcombe, we earn your trust by aggressively pursuing your personal interests while using and leveraging our more than 50 years of collective legal experience. Washington State law is often complex, and most of the people we represent have never seen the inside of a courtroom. This is why our experience is so valuable – because we understand how our local courts here in Western Washington work, and we will help you to understand what to expect as your legal journey unfolds. We will be with you on every step of your climb.
We treat every client with the upmost respect and compassion. No case is too big or too small because we know that how your case is resolved is of the utmost importance to you. We care about the outcome of your case, which is why we aggressively fight on behalf of every client. The best Washington State lawyers can never make guarantees, but they all agree that every client deserves their best effort.
From our centrally located legal services offices in Seattle, Tacoma, Everett, Bellevue, and Olympia, we serve clients throughout King County, Pierce County, Snohomish County, Thurston County, and Kitsap County.
If you or someone in your family is in need of a skilled and experienced Washington State lawyer, contact our office for immediate assistance. We offer a free consultation for any legal matter, which is designed to help you better understand your situation. Once you're armed with the facts, you can decide whether to work with one our professional litigators.
If you trying to get some basic information about the law as it relates to the specific facts and circumstances of your case, we suggest the following resources. The Washington State Attorney General’s website provides a tremendous amount of incredibly practical and valuable information regarding our laws and their enforcement. If you have questions about Washington State’s laws, they are organized by topic in what is commonly referred to as the RCW (The " Revised Code of Washington "). The Revised Code of Washington (RCW) is an organized collection of the permanent and enforceable laws of this state.
The Washington State Court’s website is one of the most valuable resources currently available on the internet for individuals seeking information regarding our court system. It contains an astonishing amount of useful links to all sorts of remarkably helpful material, including forms for nearly all divorce and family law related matters, including child support, child custody, spousal maintenance, paternity, temporary orders, protection orders, parenting plans, and child relocation matters.
The Washington State Court’s site also has very detailed information about all of the Courts of Washington, including all of its criminal courts. You can also find criminal misdemeanor forms and wage garnishment forms .
If you are looking for information about filing for bankruptcy, there are lot of useful sites out there. But, we also advise people that there seems to be an inordinate amount of inaccurate information out the world web when it comes bankruptcy. There are a few, however, that we recommend.
First, we strongly encourage you to visit the site of one of our local bankruptcy courts, either the United State Bankruptcy Court – Western Division or the United State Bankruptcy Court – Eastern Division . The United State’s Bankruptcy Court webpage also contains an insane amount of really helpful advice and valuable information regarding the Federal Bankruptcy laws and how they apply.
Whether you are looking for information about "Bankruptcy Basics", Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy protection and relief, this site is one of the most helpful we have every found. We also recommend the Federal Trade Commission’s article regarding Filing for Bankruptcy: What you need to know.
We encourage you to take your time when deciding on a lawyer. As mentioned above, trust in your attorney is often directly related to the outcome of your case. Why? Well, the truth is your lawyer may not always tell you what you want to hear, but we will always what you NEED to hear. When that times comes, trust that your lawyer is fighting for your best interests will help you make rational decisions that may have a dramatic impact on your life.
Contact our one of our Washington State law offices for your free consultation, and decide if you would like one of our attorneys to act as your personal advocate with the Washington Court. Our primary goal in every case is to seek the best-possible outcome, even if we have to take a case all the way to trial. The Washington State court system is complicated, and every case is unique. Our lawyers have the resources and the experience to help with any case that involving divorce and family law issues, criminal defense, DUI, personal injury matters, bankruptcy and consumer debtor cases, traffic infractions, and speeding tickets.Local legal services in Washington State
We have law offices in Seattle, Bellevue, Tacoma, Olympia, and Everett. You'll find hard-working attorneys in each location who are dedicated to helping clients resolve their case. What follows is a brief overview of each law office and the areas of law our lawyers practice.Our Law Offices: Seattle, Everett, Bellevue, Tacoma, and Olympia
Our legal services offices are conveniently located throughout the Greater Puget Sound Region. From our law offices in Seattle, Everett, Bellevue, Tacoma, and Olympia we serve all of King County, Pierce County, Snohomish County, and Thurston County.
Seattle, Washington – Seattle is the largest city in Washington State, and the seat of King County. Like you, we take great pride in this great city, and enjoy the many facets of city life in the Pacific Northwest. Seattle boasts a robust economy that just seems to be getting stronger with each passing year. The City of Seattle website has a lot of very helpful and useful information, about the city’s government, as well as its laws, regulations, and procedures.
Our King County lawyers represent Seattle residents who need help with issues like family law, divorce, criminal defense, DUI defense, bankruptcy, and traffic tickets. Most of the Seattle clients we represent have little knowledge of how the courts work, so we take extra care to ensure you know what to expect as the process unfolds.
Cases involving traffic tickets and minor offenses are often heard in the Seattle Municipal Court. Criminal cases, family law matters, and divorce cases are heard in a higher court. The King County District Court is one of 39 in Washington State, and they have limited jurisdiction over some traffic infractions, misdemeanors, gross misdemeanors, criminal traffic citations, civil cases valued under $100,000, and small claims.
The King County Superior Court is one of 39 such courts in Washington State, and is the trial court for Seattle residents. This court handles cases involving criminal matters, civil cases valued over $75,000, estate and probate issues, family law cases, divorce, juvenile cases, and felonies. Bankruptcy cases are heard in the Bankruptcy Court of Western Washington.
Seattle is beautiful place to work and live. Like many major metropolitan areas, however, it is suffering from crime. The City of Seattle maintains an excellent webpage devoted to compiling Seattle crime statistics . And, it provides a link so that the public can see what happening in regards to criminal activity, which is broken down neighborhood by neighborhood.
If you would like more information about your legal matter, contact one of our Seattle attorneys for a free consultation today.
Bellevue, Washington – Bellevue is located in King County, and as the third-largest city in the Seattle Metro Area, it's a fantastic place to live or own a business. Still, with a large, growing population, there are countless reasons why residents require help from an attorney every now and then.
Our Bellevue lawyers represent clients who need help with legal issues involving family law, divorce, DUI, criminal defense, bankruptcy, and traffic tickets. Most of the King County residents we represent have little understanding of how the law applies to their situation. So, what should you expect as the legal process unfolds?
Legal matters in Washington State are handled by the courts. Situations involving traffic tickets and minor offenses that happen within the Bellevue city jurisdiction are often heard in the Bellevue Municipal Court. The Bellevue Municipal Court cases are heard in the same building as the
The King County District Court, East Division, Bellevue Facility, is located on the Eastside of King County. The District Court Courthouse is located at 1309 114th Avenue SE, Suite 100, Bellevue, WA 98004. There are over 40 district courts throughout Washington State, and they handle cases involving traffic infractions, criminal traffic citations, misdemeanors, gross misdemeanors, civil cases valued under $100,000, and small claims. Felony criminal cases and divorce cases, including family law matters, are heard in a higher county court.
The King County Superior Court is located in downtown Seattle, and is one of 39 such courts in the State of Washington. It is also the trial court for people living in Bellevue. The King Country Superior Court handles cases involving criminal offenses, family law cases, divorce, juvenile cases, civil cases valued over $75,000, probate issues, and felonies. Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases are handled by the Bankruptcy Court of Western Washington.
Bellevue is well-known for the cultural diversity of its population. If you are looking for some really good demographic data about the City of Bellevue, we believe that city’s demographic data webpage is one of the best available sources of information. According to the most recently compiled statistical data, over one-third of Bellevue’s population is foreign born. And, with just over 50% of its population identifying as being of a minority race, Bellevue is one of Washington State’s most culturally diverse cities, especially when it comes to cities with a population of over 100,000.
The Bellevue City Attorney’s Office provides a lot of good information about the legal services division of the city government. If you would like more information about the courts or how the law applies to your situation, contact one of our King County attorneys for a free consultation. If you are looking for more information about City of Bellevue and its many amenities and resources, we suggest the Visit Bellevue website.
Tacoma, Washington – Tacoma is an integral part of the Seattle Metro Area, and with a population of more than 200,000, it's also one of the largest cities in the state of Washington. Like many other parts of Western Washington, Tacoma boasts a mild annual climate and has all of the benefits that comes with living in a city so near endless outdoor destinations.
Our Pierce County lawyers are ready help you deal with legal matters involving DUI, criminal defense, bankruptcy, traffic tickets, divorce, and family law. With more than 50 years of collective experience, there aren't many situations involving the law that our Tacoma lawyers haven't handled. We are ready to do the same for you.
Throughout Washington State, various courts handle various legal matters depending on their jurisdiction. The Tacoma Municipal Court handles cases involving traffic citations and minor crimes within city limits. If you're out of municipal jurisdiction but still in Pierce County, these offenses are heard by the Pierce County District Court.
The Pierce County District Court also handles cases involving criminal traffic citations, misdemeanors, gross misdemeanors, small claims, and civil cases valued at less than $100,000. Every county in Washington State has its own District Court, which means there are 39 total. Though, some District Courts, such as the King County District, have more than one division and location.
There are also 39 Superior Courts in Washington State. The Pierce County Superior Court deals with legal matters that include criminal offenses, felonies, family law cases (including divorce), juvenile cases, and civil cases valued at more than $75,000. Cases involving Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy are handles in the Bankruptcy Court of Western Washington, which is a federal court.
The City of Tacoma website provides a ton of very useful information regarding the local government, the city’s legal regulations, Tacoma crime and criminal statistics, the Tacoma Municipal Code, the City Attorney’s Office, including its "Prosecutor Division ", as well many other helpful links to a wide variety of resources discussing numerous matters, both legal and non-legal related.
If you would like more information about assistance with any legal matter within the firm’s primary practice areas, including divorce and family law related legal issues, criminal cases, drunk driving matters, personal debt and debtor bankruptcy cases, personal injury causes of action, speeding violations, or traffic tickets, contact our Tacoma law office today and speak with one of our Pierce County lawyers without cost or obligation.
Like a lot Washington State’s growing cities, Tacoma faces ongoing and increasing traffic problems. Construction projects appear to be everywhere, along with the attendant congestion that always accompanies such work. The Washington State Department of Transportation has installed a number of cameras throughout Pierce County. The Tacoma Traffic Camera’s page provides continuous video updates from these feeds that will assist you in avoiding traffic jams while planning your commute.
Sometimes, however, "the nightmare" happens. There you are just trying to get to work on time, or to an important appointment, or perhaps you are simply getting an errand done when all of a sudden those horrifying red and blue lights suddenly light up in your rearview mirror. When this happens our Tacoma traffic lawyers are her to help. We handle all Pierce County speeding tickets and traffic violations.
If you are simply looking for really good general information about City of Tacoma, as well as the numerous activities and attractions it offers, we recommend the Travel Tacoma website.
Olympia, Washington – Olympia is the capital of Washington, and with a population of less than 50,000 it maintains a small-town charm that's just not possible in the larger metropolitan areas of Western Washington. Olympia boasts numerous conservation areas, as well as as numerous outdoor activities and recreational areas, making it perfect for people who love spending time in nature, but don't want to forego the many conveniences of living in a larger community.
The City of Olympia’s local government website is a great resource for information about the city government, including the local court system. It also contains links to the City of Olympia Municipal Court, the Olympia Municipal Code, and the public defender’s office .
Our Thurston County lawyers are ready to help you address legal matters that include bankruptcy, divorce, criminal defense, DUI, traffic tickets, and family law matters. We have decades of collective Olympia legal experience, and we can help you resolve your legal issues so that you can move forward with your life.
In Washington State, legal matters are handled by Municipal Courts, District Courts, Superior Courts, and the Bankruptcy Court. If you're dealing with a traffic citation or were charged with a minor crime within the jurisdiction of Olympia, you will likely be dealing with the Olympia Municipal Court. If you're not in city limits, but still within Thurston County, then your case will likely be heard in the Thurston County District Court .
The Thurston County District Court also hears cases involving misdemeanors and gross misdemeanors, small claims, criminal traffic citations, and civil cases valued at under $100,000. There are 39 district courts in Washington State, one for every county.
The Thurston County Superior Court handles more serious legal matters including felonies, family law and divorce cases, civil cases valued at more than $75,000, and cases involving minors. If you're considering filing for either Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy, your case will be heard in the Bankruptcy Court of Western Washington.
If you have questions about the law, contact one of our Olympia lawyers for a free consultation, and get the help you need to protect your legal rights.
Everett, Washington – Our team of attorneys and dedicated legal professionals have decades of combined legal experience practicing law in the City of Everett, Washington. From our centrally located legal services offices in downtown Everett, we assist clients with every type legal matter related to divorce and family law, criminal and DUI law, bankruptcy and consumer debt law, and personal injury law. We also handle all Snohomish County and Everett traffic infractions, including all speeding ticket and driving too fast related violations.
Everett is the central hub of nearly all Snohomish County Government activity and operations. As the seventh largest city in the State of Washington, it's obvious why so many people choose this area to live or to start a business. Everett continues to grow and expand, and with its proximity to Seattle and the many wonders of the Puget Sound, there is little reason to think that this growth won't continue. Boeing and it’s Everett Production Facility is by far the largest employer in all of Snohomish County. And the region’s aerospace sector is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
As a Washington State resident, you already know that legal matters are handled by the courts. Each court in Washington has it's own jurisdiction, so you will want to know which court will be handling your case.
Every city in Washington has its own municipal court that handles cases involving traffic citations and minor crimes, if the offense was committed within city limits. Everett is no different, so these matters are handled in the Everett Municipal Court . All City of Everett traffic tickets that are issued by local law enforcement (City of Everett police officers) are heard in the municipal court.
If you commit these offenses in Snohomish County, but outside of Everett's jurisdiction, your case will likely be heard in the Snohomish County District Court . There are 39 district courts in Washington that handle cases involving misdemeanors and gross misdemeanors, small claims, all Snohomish County traffic infractions and speeding tickets, all criminal traffic violations, and civil cases valued at less than $100,000.
The Snohomish County District Courts are broken out into four divisions. The Cascade Division, which is located in Arlington and is also known as the "North County" Division. The Everett Division, which is located in Everett and is also referred to as the "Central County" Division. The Evergreen Division, which is located in Monroe and is also known as the "East County" Division. And, the South Division, which is located in Lynnwood and is frequently called the "South County" Division.
There are also 39 Superior Courts in Washington. The Snohomish County Superior Court handles cases involving family law and divorce cases, civil cases valued at more than $75,000, felonies, and cases involving juveniles. Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases are heard in the Bankruptcy Court of Western Washington.
Our Snohomish County lawyers can help you confront legal matters that include divorce, family law, criminal defense, DUI, traffic tickets, and bankruptcy. We understand that dealing with the law is often confusing and frustrating, so we aim to remove the mystery so that you can make sound decisions regarding your future.
If you would like more information about any of these legal matters, contact an attorney in our Everett law office for a free consultation.
Everett is a beautiful city in which to work and play. And, all of the most recently compiled statistical data for the City Everett indicates that it is a thriving and growing city. Everett is also home to one of the Everett Naval Station . If you are looking for some really good historical information about the Everett Naval Station, we recommend the Wikipedia page, which details both its history and it’s current operations.
We are a dedicated team of legal professionals who are here to help you in your time of need and crisis. Our Washington State lawyers have the resources, the knowledge, and the experience to assist you with your legal matter in our practice areas.
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