Northwest Justice Project
Locations throughout WA State. Free legal help for low-income people.
KING COUNTY LOCATIONS:
Eastside Legal Assistance Program
1239 120th Ave NE, Suite J, Bellevue
No walk-ins. Free legal help and resources – including civil legal aid, legal clinics, and community education on a variety of topics: Bankruptcy, domestic violence, employment, housing and eviction, healthcare and medical, family law and custody, victims of crime, and public/veterans benefits. Must live in King County, have a referral, and have an income less than 200% of federal poverty level for household size.
Housing Justice Project
1200 5th Ave, Suite 700, Central Seattle
Free legal services, advice, and landlord negotiation for renters facing eviction in King County. Also provides lawyer referral services.
King County Bar Association Neighborhood Legal Clinics
Locations throughout King County.
Free 30-minute phone consultations – online intake forms available. Provides advice and referrals. No court representation. Many issues addressed including: Family law, Asian Pacific American, cross cultural, federal civil rights, elder law, domestic violence, debt/bankruptcy, fair work, Korean law, LGBTQ law, immigration, African American law, middle eastern law, Spanish language, and urban Indian.
The Records Project: Works with low-income people with a conviction from King County courts. Free direct representation, 30-minute intake interview. Mon-Fri 9am-4pm (206)267-7028
Self-Help Plus Program: Helps low-income people represent themselves in uncontested family law actions. Divorce and child support/parenting plans, provides advice and completes paperwork. No back child support assistance. Complete application and bring all documents to 1200 5th Ave, Suite 700, Central Seattle.
King County Dispute Resolution Center
4649 Sunnyside Ave N, Suite 520, Wallingford
Has a veteran and seniors program offering free mediation services.