Resources

 Getting Started/Self-help Resources:

  • Washington Law Help
    Free legal information and self-help materials about non-criminal legal problems affecting low-income people in Washington state that includes the online Washington State Child Support calculator
  • Washington State Court Forms
    Forms used statewide in Washington Courts
  • King County
    Website for the Superior Court of King County
  • Pierce County
    Website for the Superior Court of Pierce County
  • Snohomish County
    Website for the Superior Court of Snohomish County

 Real Estate Links:

 International Child Custody:

Supervised Visitation

Domestic Violence Links:

  • Protectionorder.org
    The Domestic Violence Protection Order Site serving Seattle-King County provides comprehensive information on Protection Orders and includes all relevant state forms.
  • Eastside
    The Eastside Domestic Violence Program, serving east and north King County

 Legal

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