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How, as a pro se litigant, do I properly formulate a Joint Report of Early Meeting and Discovery Plan?

Seattle, WA |

This case is an Intentional and Negligent Tort brought against another pro se litigant. I need to submit interrogatories to 3 people and subpoena bank records. After interrogatories, if they are hiding important information, do I ask the Court permission for Depositions? Must depositions be in Joint Report?

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The Rules of Civil Procedure for Washington Superior Courts are online at
You should also become thoroughly familiar with the Local Rules for the court wherein you bring your action.
You probably need a lawyer if your case is worthwhile.

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Thank you. Do these rules apply also to the Ninth District Court at Seattle?

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