To access the confirmation pages, click on the appropriate link under the CONFIRMATIONS tab on the left menu bar ("CIVIL" or "Family Law" ) .
A PARTY CANNOT USE THIS SYSTEM TO CONTINUE A MOTION SET BY THE COURT If the court previously struck the motion in open court in an earlier hearing, the motion must be re-noted.
Various time requirements have been imposed according to Thurston County Local Court
Rules for Civil, Criminal, Probate and Family and Juvenile Court matters. Litigants should not rely solely on these
guidelines. These time requirements and calendars change frequently and should be used in conjunction with current statutes and court rules.
The following is provided as a courtesy by the Thurston County Clerk's Office as a guideline for Thurston County cases
- Please confirm your Civil, Probate/Guardianship, Family Law, Family and Juvenile Court Judge's Motion, or Concurrent Case calendar hearing via this site. All confirmations will need the following information:
- Department Number or Assigned Judge (if on the civil motion calendar)
- Calendar (if on the family law, concurrent case, or revision calendar)
- Cause Number
- Case Title
- Responsible Attorney
- Person confirming (if different from the responsible attorney)
- Your Email address (assure accuracy for email receipt)
- Your telephone number
- Calendar date
- Whether you are CONFIRMING, CONTINUING or STRIKING
(If continuing a hearing, please provide us with the date you are continuing the hearing to. It is your responsibility to advise opposing counsel of strikes and continuances.
The Friday 9:00 a.m. Civil Motion calendars, 9:00 DOL Revocation calendar and 10:30 Unlawful Detainer calendar must be confirmed by 12:00 NOON three court days prior (usually noon on Tuesday unless a holiday is involved).
Judge's Motion Calendars
The 9:00 a.m. Judge's Motion Calendar at Family and Juvenile Court must be confirmed by 10:00 a.m. three court days prior.
The 2:00 p.m. Probate/Guardianship calendar at Family and Juvenile Court must be confirmed by 12:00 NOON three court days prior.
Family Law Calendars
The Tuesday and Thursday 9:00 a.m. Family Law calendars must be confirmed by 10:00 a.m. two days prior to the hearing (usually 10:00 a.m. on Friday for Tuesday's calendar and 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday for Thursday's calendar, unless a holiday is involved).
The number of cases heard on the family law calendars are limited. If the Family law Calendar is full, your hearing will be continued one week. To find out the status of your hearing, you will need to view the online calendar which can be accessed from the top left menu of this page. It is your responsibility to notify opposing counsel of any continuances due to full calendars. Confirmation will be required for that continuance.
Court Commissioners' Concurrent/Conflict Case Calendars
The Concurrent/Conflict Case Calendars before the Juvenile Court Commissioner on Tuesdays at 9:00 a.m., must be confirmed by 10:00 a.m. two court days prior to the hearing. Continuances for the Juvenile Court Commissioner Calendar are not accepted - a new Notice of Issue is required by the court.