Legal Information & Forms

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Legal Information Reference Center

  

Use tools and instructions to independently address a wide-range of legal issues including business law, financial planning, family law, property & real estate, and rights & disputes.

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Gale Legal Forms

  

Find printable legal form templates and examples on a variety of topics, legal, business, and other letter templates, definitions for an extensive list of legal terms, a law digest with encyclopedi

c articles on legal topics, and a national attorney practice directory.

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Washington Court Forms

Find forms that are used statewide in Washington Courts.

(Some information is available in Russian, Spanish, and other languages.) Please note: some counties also have additional forms at the county court websites.

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Oregon Law Help

Access a free legal website for low-income Oregonians. Self-help legal topics include protection from abuse, family, consumer, government benefits, housing, senior, disabilities, and farm workers.

(Also available in Spanish.)

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Citation (Court Form)

Use this general citation for noting a motion on the court docket. It can be used for civil, domestic or criminal cases in Clark County.

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Produce the Note

Use this legal method to delay foreclosure by requiring the lender to produce the original mortgage paperwork with the borrower's signature.

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Clark County Volunteer Lawyers Program

The Clark County Volunteer Lawyers Program provides free legal services to low-income people with civil (not criminal) issues in the State of Washington in Clark County courts.

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Northwest Justice Project

Find contact information and open hours on NJP's Coordinated Legal Education Advice and Referral service (CLEAR), a free legal assistance project for low-income Washington residents.

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Washington Moderate Means

Locate legal representation with a reduced fee, where the attorney sets the retainer amounts.

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Wayfind: Attorneys Supporting Communities

Eligible organizations get referrals to volunteer attorneys for help with matters ranging from maintenance of tax-exempt status to complex business contracts and transactions.

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Homeless Youth Handbook - Washington

Learn about the legal issues and options available to youth, from foster care to domestic violence; parenting to immigration; and more.

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