Snohomish County Legal Services is a free legal aid program serving Snohomish County Residents experiencing poverty. Our staff, pro-bono attorneys and volunteers provide information, advice and legal representation to ensure meaningful access to justice regardless of individual barriers and needs.

Legal Help

Snohomish County Legal Services does not provide legal aid directly. Snohomish County Legal Services works with communities, organizations and other legal services providers, who refer us appropriate cases. If you need legal services, please contact one of the programs described below:

If you are a low-income person and would like to obtain legal help on a civil (not criminal) legal problem, please call "CLEAR", which is the Northwest Justice Project's Coordinated Legal Education, Advice and Referral Line.

  • The "CLEAR" toll-free phone number is 888-201-1014.
  • For more information about "CLEAR", please visit the Northwest Justice Project Web site (click here).
  • If you have a legal problem in King County and would like to obtain legal help on a civil (not criminal) legal problem, please visit the Northwest Justice Project Web site (click here).
  • If you are looking for information about a civil legal problem, want to know more about an area of law that affects low-income people, or want to see what forms or other legal resources are available, please visit the Washington Law Help web site. (click here).
Snohomish County Legal Services is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization.