Recurring Event Family Law Clinic

Family Law Clinic

By Appointment Only

Family Law Clinic Every Tuesday from 5:30pm to 8:00pm, SCLS staff and volunteer attorneys hold a Family Law Advice Clinic to provide legal advice, review pro se-prepared documents, and assist clients with preparation of motions and other court documents for Snohomish County low-income residents. Pre-registration is required - please contact CLEAR (Coordinated Legal Education, Advice

Housing Justice Project at Carnegie Resource Center

Carnegie Resource Center 3001 Oakes Ave,, Everett, Washington

Carnegie Resource Center 2nd and 4th Wednesday of Every Month 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm 30 minute legal help sessions Walk-up welcome,  First come, First served Snohomish County Legal Services is bringing its Housing Justice Project legal clinic to Carnegie Resource Center. Those who qualify can receive a 30 minute consultation with an SCLS attorney

Everett Recovery Cafe General Clinic

Everett Recovery Cafe 1212 California St, Everett, Washington

Everett Recovery Cafe Everett Recovery Cafe General Legal clinics for qualified low-income residents of Snohomish County are held monthly on the last Thursday from 1:30-3:30p at Everett Recovery Cafe, 1212 California Street (in the back of the Everett Public Market). Please call (425) 258-5630 to inquire about membership.

Recurring Event DiSCO – Moving On

DiSCO – Moving On

The family law department hosts a DiSCO- Moving On (Divorce in Snohomish County) workshop, provided for eligible residents of Snohomish County. Qualification and Pre-registration is required to receive the Zoom link. Please contact us to see if you qualify by filling out the application, call 425-258-9283 or email us information@snocolegal.org. 

Recurring Event Family Law Clinic

Family Law Clinic

By Appointment Only

Family Law Clinic Every Tuesday from 5:30pm to 8:00pm, SCLS staff and volunteer attorneys hold a Family Law Advice Clinic to provide legal advice, review pro se-prepared documents, and assist clients with preparation of motions and other court documents for Snohomish County low-income residents. Pre-registration is required - please contact CLEAR (Coordinated Legal Education, Advice

LETI General Legal Clinic: Housing and Family Law

General Legal Clinic: Housing and Family Law Snohomish County Legal Services will offer a monthly Legal Clinic on the first Friday of each month, starting at 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. The organization offers free legal services to qualified Snohomish County residents. Pre-registration is required. Your legal or immigration status does not affect qualification for

Recurring Event Family Law Clinic

Family Law Clinic

By Appointment Only

Family Law Clinic Every Tuesday from 5:30pm to 8:00pm, SCLS staff and volunteer attorneys hold a Family Law Advice Clinic to provide legal advice, review pro se-prepared documents, and assist clients with preparation of motions and other court documents for Snohomish County low-income residents. Pre-registration is required - please contact CLEAR (Coordinated Legal Education, Advice

Housing Justice Project at Carnegie Resource Center

Carnegie Resource Center 3001 Oakes Ave,, Everett, Washington

Carnegie Resource Center 2nd and 4th Wednesday of Every Month 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm 30 minute legal help sessions Walk-up welcome,  First come, First served Snohomish County Legal Services is bringing its Housing Justice Project legal clinic to Carnegie Resource Center. Those who qualify can receive a 30 minute consultation with an SCLS attorney