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Review many free self-help and legal education materials and find referrals focusing on women's rights.
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This resource is intended for Washington State residents only. To access this resource you will need:
- A personal, Microsoft email account, such as one you use for OneDrive, Xbox Live, Outlook.com, Hotmail, or other Microsoft Services. You can create a Microsoft email, or you can use a compatible address you already have.
- A compatible computer with internet access. Watch a getting started video. (Courses are best viewed in Internet Explorer.)
- A Microsoft account. Here's how to get one.
- An access code, which you may obtain by answering the following question:
Are you a Washington State resident or FVRL cardholder?
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