Many of our citizens cannot afford an attorney or simply choose to represent themselves. The Court is intent on providing access to the court for all citizens, and this page will include links to resources that may be of assistance to you.
Criminal litigants who qualify will be appointed an attorney to represent them at their first court appearance if they cannot afford an attorney. In a few limited areas of civil cases the court may appoint an attorney, however the types of cases are very limited.
Some Useful Links:
- Free Software for creating or modifying Legal Forms
The Court does not recommend or endorse any software products. Links to free software are provided without any warranty and only to assist litigants.
Helpful Web Links
Some additional resources for download:
DISCLAIMER: The following are documents provided by other organizations and we provide them as a service without any endorsement of their specific application to Washington State Law.
|10 steps for Presenting Evidence in your Case 1536 Downloads||592.23 KB|
|10 Ways to find Help with Your Case 1515 Downloads||504.74 KB|
|Family Law Trial Readiness Checklist 118 Downloads||425.6 KB|
|Legal Protection from Domestic Violence, Harassment, or Abuse Brochure 111 Downloads||36 KB|
We will be adding more resources to this page so keep checking back.