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A Special Thanksgiving

Through a war of insurrection, two world wars, economic hardship, and even a pandemic, we have, as a nation, found reasons to give thanks. Read More

COVID-19: New Drive-up Testing Site

No appointment is needed for the new drive-up testing site open today at Bremerton's Pendergast Regional Park. Wait times are expected to be short for testing, and results are typically Read More

COVID $5000 small business grants available

Apply today for small business rental grants in unincorporated Kitsap County. $5000 per grant available. Read More

COVID-19 UPDATE: $525,000 available for Kitsap housing assistance

Kitsap County Resources will deliver the housing assistance fund providing temporary rental and mortgage assistance to low-income Kitsap residents. Named the CARES Act COVID-19 Rental and Mortgage Assistance Program, it Read More

What does the executor of an estate do?

Even before you are formally named by the court you have a lot of work to do. You prepare a stack of paperwork that includes the will and several legal forms, including the formal request to be appointed executor. Read More

Estate planning is life planning, not simply planning for death

Estate planning is planning for life, as well as planning for what happens in the event of your death. All the changes we've endured this year emphasize the importance of a good plan. Read More

WA Supreme Court addresses the ‘devaluation and degradation of black lives’

In a letter to the legal community issued on the day of George Floyd’s funeral, the Washington State Supreme Court issued a challenge to the entire legal community. “The legal Read More

Kitsap is in Phase 2 of the pandemic Safe Start plan

Key provisions of Safe Start Phase 2 Recreation: Fewer than 5 people not in your household can gather with you outdoors.Indoor gatherings, social & religious: Gather with 5 people or less other Read More

Free legal services for Kitsap County

Kitsap Legal Services provides civil legal advice and information to the residents of Kitsap County experiencing economic hardship. Even if you were earning a good income last year, KLS helps people Read More

Kitsap County Phase 2 Safe Start delayed

Even as Gov. Inslee announced criteria for moving to Phase 2 of the state’s recovery plan, Kitsap Public Health confirmed a new case of COVID-19. An employee at a Kitsap Read More

Kitsap Court Clerks’ offices remain closed; Courts open

Most of the restrictions on Kitsap County court activity have been extended Here’s a quick summary. The clerk’s offices at both courts remain closed.If you are in need of a protection Read More

Help for Gig Harbor businesses

Help is here for Gig Harbor businesses, as well as other businesses within Pierce County. The Rapid Response Team of the South Sound webpages faq covers the most urgent questions business Read More

COVID-19 Single-parenting, co-parenting

The dangers of COVID-19 present special, even dire problems for single-parenting, co-parenting and extended family parenting. Two recent articles cover many of the issues with sensitivity, insight, and practicality. “I Never Read More

Evolving unemployment benefits information

Here’s what we know about unemployment benefits now Washington State has more generous unemployment benefits than many states.  In addition, the new CARES Act both covers workers usually not covered and Read More

COVID-19 Housing Payments

Housing payments are due now for most of us. For many of us, help is on the way. Most of us will receive a one-time stimulus check of $1200 or Read More

Kitsap Property Tax Changes

The Kitsap County Treasurer announced a temporary extension of the property tax deadline until May 31, 2020. Treasurer Meredith Green encourages every person and business to pay property taxes now Read More

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