Please feel free to explore the following links which will provide you with resources and information that may assist you in understanding the legal issues involved in your case:Please feel free to explore the following links which will provide you with resources and information that may assist you in understanding the legal issues involved in your case:

211 Legal Referral and Information Hotline: Provides information for people facing civil (non-criminal) legal matters.  The 211 line is open 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Website:

CLEAR Line Legal Help (888.201.1014): Northwest Justice Project’s free legal help and assistance for low-income Washington State residents.  Open Mon-Fri, 9:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

CLEAR Senior Legal Help (888.387.7111):  Northwest Justice Project’s free legal help and assistance for persons over 60 years of age of all income levels.  Seniors can call the CLEAR Senior Line starting at 9:15 a.m. and leave a message.  The line will close for the day once the voicemail message system is full.  Website:

Housing Justice Project (206.267.7090): King County Bar Association’s walk-in legal information and assistance.  Priority service for renters facing evictions.  Open Mon-Fri, 8-10:30 a.m., in the King County Courthouse in Seattle and Kent Regional Justice Center.  Seattle location also open Mon, 3:45-4:45 p.m.

Lawyer Referral Service (206.267.7010): King County Bar Association attorneys for hire at regular rates.

Legal Action Center (206.324.6890):  A part of Catholic Community Services, Legal Action Center offers legal advice and assistance for low-income Seattle renters facing eviction, repair problems, deposit loss, subsidy termination, lockouts and other issues.

Legal Voice (206.621.7691): Empowers women with knowledge about their legal rights and tools to help them navigate the legal system. Website:

Neighborhood Legal Clinics (206.267.7070): King County Bar Association’s legal clinics located across King County, NLC attorneys can provide a free half-hour of legal advice to renters, regardless of income.

Northwest Justice Project (206.464.1519): a publicly funded legal aid program providing free civil legal assistance and representation to low-income persons and communities.  Find out if you qualify for free legal assistance by calling their CLEAR hotline. Website:

Moderate Means Program:  The Moderate Means Program is a partnership between the Washington State Bar Association and Washington’s three law schools.  MMP connects people within 200-400 percent of the Federal Poverty Level to lawyers who offer legal help at reduced fees. Website:

Municipal Research and Service Center of Washington – Legal Resources.  Search Washington State Supreme and Appellate Court decisions, Revised Code of Washington and Washington Administrative Code as well as Washington State County and City Municipal Codes.  Powered by the Municipal Research and Services Center of Washington.  Website:  

Real Estate License Lookup: Search Washington State Business and Professional Licenses: this site allows you to search all professional and business licenses issued by Washington State.  In addition to real estate, you can also find information on licenses issued to other professionals, including appraisers, auctioneers, land inspectors, notaries and land surveyors.  Website:

Research Washington State Real Estate Laws: This link will take you to the Washington State Department of Licensing’s page with links to its Real Estate Lawbook as well as any rulemaking activity that may be happening on the administrative level.  Website:

Volunteer Legal Services (206.267.7010): King County Bar Association’s lawyer referral service.

Washington Business Corporation Act:  State statutes governing corporations within the State of Washington.

Washington Family Law Handbook ( : A handbook summarizing laws and procedures related to marriage and family law published each year by the Washington State courts.

Washington LawHelp ( :  Offers solutions to a variety of civil legal problems through an easy-to-navigate topics.  Non-English speakers can find resources in different languages, and an easy question and answer interview provides completed court forms and form letters.

Washington Property Law Blog:  Informational blog regarding legal real estate developments and matters in Washington State.

Washington State Zoning and Planning Agencies:  Below is a list

Washington Secretary of State ( – Information for consumers and business owners.

Washington State Bar Association:  Access a directory of Washington lawyers, and link to information about Washington courts, the Speaker’s Bureau, how to file a complaint against a lawyer, and other information.

Washington State Office of the Attorney General: Provides information regarding the rights of consumers

Washington State Probate Laws (  Information regarding the probate process in Washington State.

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