Affordable Legal Services in Family Law by a Legal Technician
A limited license legal technician, also known as a legal technician or a LLLT, is licensed by the Washington Supreme Court to advise and assist people going through divorce, child custody, and other family law matters in Washington.
Legal technicians provide limited legal services in family law by consulting with and advising clients, completing and filing necessary court documents, and assisting pro se clients at certain types of hearings and settlement conferences. They also help with court scheduling and support clients in navigating the legal system. LLLTs are well trained, experienced, and competent licensed legal professionals who may be able to provide you with the legal help you need. If you cannot afford a lawyer, a legal technician might be an affordable option for your family law matter.
Search the WSBA legal directory for a LLLT near you.
The LLLT Board
The Limited License Legal Technician Board is responsible for developing and recommending to the Washington Supreme Court general policy for the LLLT license.
Rules and Regulations
LLLT Rules of Professional Conduct
Enforcement of Limited License Legal Technician Conduct
Decision to Sunset LLLT Program
Read about the Washington Supreme Court's decision to sunset the LLLT Program.
The deadline for LLLTs to satisfy pre-admission requirements was extended to July 31, 2023 by an order entered by the Supreme Court on June 9, 2022.
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