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Portal Registration Overview
If you plan to appear in-person for Ex-Parte, please email the case number, party names and the date and time you will be appearing (8:30 a.m. or 3:30 p.m.) to:
The ex-parte presentation of documents to Superior Court for approval, signature and subsequent filing is a convenience provided to members of the BAR and the public by the Clerk of the Superior Court in accordance with the provisions of RCW 36.18.016(12). In order to facilitate expeditious processing of documents submitted, it is necessary that parties comply with the specific procedures and requirements as noted below.
All ex-parte documents must be addressed to:
Kitsap County Clerk - Ex Parte 614 Division St. MS-34 Port Orchard, WA 98366
The "original" set of trial exhibits
should be dropped off to the Clerk's Office (Room 202), or physically mailed, to be received no later than 72 hours prior to the trial, excluding weekends and holidays. Please use the following address:
Kitsap County Clerk’s Office
Attn: Kara Barnes
614 Division St, MS-34
Port Orchard, WA 98366
If possible, please e-mail an electronic exhibit list to Kara at email@example.com. A fillable form can be found here, for your convenience. This aids us in preparing the exhibits and the official exhibit list prior to trial. If bench copies are included in the set delivered to the Clerk’s Office, we will ensure that they are delivered to Superior Court. Contact Kara by e-mail with any questions.
Please separate exhibits using full-page dividers or colored sheets in-between. Do not use sticky tabs on the edges of the pages.
The Petitioner/ Moving Party may begin their numbering sequence with 1, 2, 3, and sequentially thereafter. Please do not use subset numbers (2A, 2B, 2C or 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 etc.).
The Responding Party should
not pre-number their exhibits unless an ER 904(b) has been stipulated to, as the Clerk will number them sequentially after the Petitioner's. If an ER 904(b) exists without objection, the Responding Party may pre-number their exhibits beginning sequentially after the Petitioner's.