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Jul
21
Fri
Rita R. Dermody Legal Help Center
Jul 21 @ 8:45 am – 12:00 pm

Today, more people are representing themselves in legal proceedings than anytime in the past. The library’s effort to provide limited legal help is part of a statewide movement to meet the ever-growing unmet legal needs of Washington residents. Low-income Washingtonians average 9.3 legal problems per year and a vast majority of them do not get legal help for those problems.

We are here to help.

The Rita R. Demody Legal Help Center (LHC) at the Public Law Library of King County provides free, limited legal  help to patrons whom we determine might benefit from such help. This often includes:

  • Helping patrons find and complete court forms,
  • Getting information about what court rules to follow, or
  • Learning how to initiate or respond to legal proceedings.

The Legal Help Center staff, however, will not represent patrons in court or other venues, or provide further services.

How to Get Help:

  • The Legal Help Center operates every Monday, Tuesday, and Friday in Seattle.
  • The Legal Help Center operates every Thursday in Kent.
  • Patrons should bring all of their legal documents and arrive between 8:45 am and 9 am. There is no need to arrive earlier.
  • No appointment necessary.
  • Depending on the number of patrons needing help, you may be asked to participate in a lottery to determine who our staff Public Services attorney will meet with.  Please note: the LHC staff will not represent patrons in court or other venues or provide further services.
Jul
24
Mon
Rita R. Dermody Legal Help Center
Jul 24 @ 8:45 am – 12:00 pm

Today, more people are representing themselves in legal proceedings than anytime in the past. The library’s effort to provide limited legal help is part of a statewide movement to meet the ever-growing unmet legal needs of Washington residents. Low-income Washingtonians average 9.3 legal problems per year and a vast majority of them do not get legal help for those problems.

We are here to help.

The Rita R. Demody Legal Help Center (LHC) at the Public Law Library of King County provides free, limited legal  help to patrons whom we determine might benefit from such help. This often includes:

  • Helping patrons find and complete court forms,
  • Getting information about what court rules to follow, or
  • Learning how to initiate or respond to legal proceedings.

The Legal Help Center staff, however, will not represent patrons in court or other venues, or provide further services.

How to Get Help:

  • The Legal Help Center operates every Monday, Tuesday, and Friday in Seattle.
  • The Legal Help Center operates every Thursday in Kent.
  • Patrons should bring all of their legal documents and arrive between 8:45 am and 9 am. There is no need to arrive earlier.
  • No appointment necessary.
  • Depending on the number of patrons needing help, you may be asked to participate in a lottery to determine who our staff Public Services attorney will meet with.  Please note: the LHC staff will not represent patrons in court or other venues or provide further services.
Jul
25
Tue
Rita R. Dermody Legal Help Center
Jul 25 @ 8:45 am – 12:00 pm

Today, more people are representing themselves in legal proceedings than anytime in the past. The library’s effort to provide limited legal help is part of a statewide movement to meet the ever-growing unmet legal needs of Washington residents. Low-income Washingtonians average 9.3 legal problems per year and a vast majority of them do not get legal help for those problems.

We are here to help.

The Rita R. Demody Legal Help Center (LHC) at the Public Law Library of King County provides free, limited legal  help to patrons whom we determine might benefit from such help. This often includes:

  • Helping patrons find and complete court forms,
  • Getting information about what court rules to follow, or
  • Learning how to initiate or respond to legal proceedings.

The Legal Help Center staff, however, will not represent patrons in court or other venues, or provide further services.

How to Get Help:

  • The Legal Help Center operates every Monday, Tuesday, and Friday in Seattle.
  • The Legal Help Center operates every Thursday in Kent.
  • Patrons should bring all of their legal documents and arrive between 8:45 am and 9 am. There is no need to arrive earlier.
  • No appointment necessary.
  • Depending on the number of patrons needing help, you may be asked to participate in a lottery to determine who our staff Public Services attorney will meet with.  Please note: the LHC staff will not represent patrons in court or other venues or provide further services.
Debt Collection Defense Clinic
Jul 25 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
  • Every Tuesday in the Seattle Library from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
  • 30-minute meeting
  • No appointment necessary
  • Focused specifically on low-income debtors with questions about debt collection, abusive collection practices, garnishment and medical debts
  • Sponsored by the Northwest Justice Project
  • Download a brochure
Jul
26
Wed
YLD Walk-In Clinic
Jul 26 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Jul
27
Thu
Neighborhood Legal Clinic’s Downtown Clinic
Jul 27 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Jul
28
Fri
Rita R. Dermody Legal Help Center
Jul 28 @ 8:45 am – 12:00 pm

Today, more people are representing themselves in legal proceedings than anytime in the past. The library’s effort to provide limited legal help is part of a statewide movement to meet the ever-growing unmet legal needs of Washington residents. Low-income Washingtonians average 9.3 legal problems per year and a vast majority of them do not get legal help for those problems.

We are here to help.

The Rita R. Demody Legal Help Center (LHC) at the Public Law Library of King County provides free, limited legal  help to patrons whom we determine might benefit from such help. This often includes:

  • Helping patrons find and complete court forms,
  • Getting information about what court rules to follow, or
  • Learning how to initiate or respond to legal proceedings.

The Legal Help Center staff, however, will not represent patrons in court or other venues, or provide further services.

How to Get Help:

  • The Legal Help Center operates every Monday, Tuesday, and Friday in Seattle.
  • The Legal Help Center operates every Thursday in Kent.
  • Patrons should bring all of their legal documents and arrive between 8:45 am and 9 am. There is no need to arrive earlier.
  • No appointment necessary.
  • Depending on the number of patrons needing help, you may be asked to participate in a lottery to determine who our staff Public Services attorney will meet with.  Please note: the LHC staff will not represent patrons in court or other venues or provide further services.
Jul
31
Mon
Rita R. Dermody Legal Help Center
Jul 31 @ 8:45 am – 12:00 pm

Today, more people are representing themselves in legal proceedings than anytime in the past. The library’s effort to provide limited legal help is part of a statewide movement to meet the ever-growing unmet legal needs of Washington residents. Low-income Washingtonians average 9.3 legal problems per year and a vast majority of them do not get legal help for those problems.

We are here to help.

The Rita R. Demody Legal Help Center (LHC) at the Public Law Library of King County provides free, limited legal  help to patrons whom we determine might benefit from such help. This often includes:

  • Helping patrons find and complete court forms,
  • Getting information about what court rules to follow, or
  • Learning how to initiate or respond to legal proceedings.

The Legal Help Center staff, however, will not represent patrons in court or other venues, or provide further services.

How to Get Help:

  • The Legal Help Center operates every Monday, Tuesday, and Friday in Seattle.
  • The Legal Help Center operates every Thursday in Kent.
  • Patrons should bring all of their legal documents and arrive between 8:45 am and 9 am. There is no need to arrive earlier.
  • No appointment necessary.
  • Depending on the number of patrons needing help, you may be asked to participate in a lottery to determine who our staff Public Services attorney will meet with.  Please note: the LHC staff will not represent patrons in court or other venues or provide further services.
Aug
1
Tue
Rita R. Dermody Legal Help Center
Aug 1 @ 8:45 am – 12:00 pm

Today, more people are representing themselves in legal proceedings than anytime in the past. The library’s effort to provide limited legal help is part of a statewide movement to meet the ever-growing unmet legal needs of Washington residents. Low-income Washingtonians average 9.3 legal problems per year and a vast majority of them do not get legal help for those problems.

We are here to help.

The Rita R. Demody Legal Help Center (LHC) at the Public Law Library of King County provides free, limited legal  help to patrons whom we determine might benefit from such help. This often includes:

  • Helping patrons find and complete court forms,
  • Getting information about what court rules to follow, or
  • Learning how to initiate or respond to legal proceedings.

The Legal Help Center staff, however, will not represent patrons in court or other venues, or provide further services.

How to Get Help:

  • The Legal Help Center operates every Monday, Tuesday, and Friday in Seattle.
  • The Legal Help Center operates every Thursday in Kent.
  • Patrons should bring all of their legal documents and arrive between 8:45 am and 9 am. There is no need to arrive earlier.
  • No appointment necessary.
  • Depending on the number of patrons needing help, you may be asked to participate in a lottery to determine who our staff Public Services attorney will meet with.  Please note: the LHC staff will not represent patrons in court or other venues or provide further services.
Debt Collection Defense Clinic
Aug 1 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
  • Every Tuesday in the Seattle Library from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
  • 30-minute meeting
  • No appointment necessary
  • Focused specifically on low-income debtors with questions about debt collection, abusive collection practices, garnishment and medical debts
  • Sponsored by the Northwest Justice Project
  • Download a brochure