Below is a list of legal resources and websites for people who need free or reduced-fee legal help in the state of Washington. This information and any assistance provided by the organizations listed below does not imply endorsement by Attorneys’ Information Bureau.
Works to achieve equal access for those facing economic and other significant barriers.
American Civil Liberties Union of Washington works on a wide variety of legal issues, including immigration rights, criminal justice and drug policy, among others.
Consists of more than 40 members and supporters whose organizations and predominant mission is to provide civil legal aid to those in need.
Covers business dealings:
- Publish a Notice: Place your legal notice in the DJC
- Bankruptcies: Filings from Washington, Oregon, and Alaska
- Business Licenses: Complete Archives of Washington Licenses
- Public Notices: Legal Notices, Government Notices, City Notices
- Firm Directory: The Northwest’s top Consultants and Contractors
- Building Permits: Listings of building permits around the Northwest
- Real Estate: RFP’s, Sales, Foreclosures, Leases and Tenants, RFP’s
Sells a variety of do it yourself legal kits and forms you fill out on your own. Kits/forms are constantly updated and are approved and required by Washington state courts.
Offers homelessness prevention program providing accessible volunteer-based legal services for low-income tenants facing eviction in King County.
Offers free ½ hour consultations in neighborhood clinics
Non-profit law center that works for the rights of consumers
Promotes justice by defending and advancing the rights of immigrants through direct legal services, systemic advocacy, and community education.
Provides assistance to veterans and low-income people in cases affecting basic human needs such as family safety and security, housing preservation, protection of income, access to health care, education and other basic needs.
Another website maintained by the Northwest justice Project, this site helps you learn more about your issue, your legal rights and where to get more help.
Provides administration and oversight of state funds that are appropriated by the Legislature to provide civil (not criminal) legal aid services to low income people in Washington State.
Works for democracy and justice at the local, state and national levels by building power within immigrant communities in collaboration with key allies.
Check out the current standing/status for a particular attorney (Active, Inactive, Disciplinary Actions, if any, etc. – highly recommended for your own ‘due diligence’ purposes before choosing an attorney
Need a notary? AIB’s notary services make for one-stop shopping at the
King County courthouse when filling out forms that require
a notarized signature. A $10.00 fee is charged for each signature.
Attorneys’ Information Bureau
King County Courthouse
516 Third Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: (206) 622-1909
Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
Closed from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.