Status Conference and Non-Compliance Hearings
Update from Family Court regarding Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Activities
Status/Non-Compliance Calendar will no longer occur by phone, in person or by e-mail. Status/Non-Compliance will be handled by paper review and orders will be issued.
Although there will be no dismissals for failure to appear at the calendar, the court may dismiss your case if you fail to comply with previous Status/Non-Compliance Orders. Parties and counsel must review the orders issued and file documents (such as Confirmations of Issues) that will allow their cases to be found in compliance.
Do not appear, expect a call, or e-mail to make an appearance because no appearance is necessary.
Orders will be issued to the email address or physical address the court has on file. If you believe we do not have your email address please contact staff at Statusconference@kingcounty.gov.
Please contact Statusconference@kingcounty.gov with all questions.
May 29, 2020
Status Conference and Non-Compliance hearings are court hearings designed to determine whether family law cases are in compliance with case schedule deadlines. To learn more about these hearings, please read these two documents:
- Status Conference and Non-Compliance Hearings - Frequently Asked Questions
- Understanding the Confirmation of Issues
Commonly Used Forms