All non-criminal legal matters, language interpretation available 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month, 19:00–20:30 All appointments are made by phone Appointments can be made online at www.qlawfoundation.org/lgbtq-legal-clinic.html or by calling (206) 235-7235. If you are unable to use a phone due to a disability or require other accommodations, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment. Llame la clínica legal de bread for the city al 202-386-7616 de lunes a viernes. To make an appointment at a general clinic, please follow the instructions above (see: How to reach the service). All general clinics are operating by phone during the COVID-19 pandemic. General legal advice in civil matters (housing, social benefits, taxes, inheritance, family, property, owner/tenant, contract, etc.) With the help of Bread for the City, individuals can . • receive same-day advice and representation in court at critical stages of child support cases, • receive legal advice while escaping domestic violence, • receive same-day advice and representation in the event of eviction or loss of housing assistance, • overcome barriers to obtaining a government-issued card, and • organize to find legal solutions, bring systemic changes to problems identified by the community. Debt and bankruptcy clinics cover topics such as chapters 7 and 13 of bankruptcy, debt collection, student loans, and more. If you are not sure if your legal problem is suitable for a debt and insolvency clinic, please still apply for client admission via the online form. Our dispatchers will help you determine the best clinic for your legal problem. To make an appointment at a debt and bankruptcy legal clinic, please follow the instructions above (see: How to Contact Services).
All debt and bankruptcy clinics are operating by phone during the COVID-19 pandemic. walk-in clinic; First come, first served: *Last check-in is at 19:00. The Community Lawyering Project uses legal advocacy and organization to find solutions to problems identified by the community in order to develop local leadership and institutions that can continue to exercise the power to effect systemic change, including representing tenant groups in maintaining affordable and safe housing in the county. The Community Domestic Violence Legal Services project employs an office at domestic violence shelters in northwest and southeast DC once a week and provides the necessary legal services to victims of domestic violence. Offer FREE 30-60 minute consultations with pro bono lawyers. NLC typically holds clinics at 30+ locations in King County, but most clinics are operating by phone during the COVID-19 pandemic. Lawyers determine if the client has a legal problem, suggest possible options, and make appropriate recommendations. These lawyers will not represent you in court. NLC lawyers may not have expertise in every area of law, but they will do everything possible to answer questions accurately. NOTE: It is always in your best interest to call or email to confirm that a clinic is being held. Family law clinics cover topics such as divorce, custody, child support, domestic violence, etc. If you are unsure whether your legal problem is appropriate for a family law clinic, please still submit your application using the online client registration form.
Our dispatchers will help you determine the best clinic for your legal problem. King County residents or people with legal problems in King County The Immigration Justice Project provides survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and domestic violence with direct legal representation in humanitarian immigration petitions. The project also provides legal advice and brief services to DC immigrant residents on a range of immigration matters. The Saturday counseling and referral clinic at the DC Bar Bar Pro Bono Center is currently closed for his personal clinic in Bread for the City. Click below for more details on the nearest remote clinic. Please read the instructions for each clinic below before making an appointment. The goal of the Neighborhood Legal Clinics (NLC) program is to provide free and limited legal advice and referrals to King County and Washington State residents with legal problems in King County who might not otherwise have access to the legal system. The goal of the program is to make clinics accessible regardless of barriers such as income, education, language or disability. This clinic is designed to be a safe place for African Americans and is primarily made up of avocados of color on Tuesdays from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. China Information and Service Center 611 S Lane St Seattle, WA 98104 FAMILY LAW/IMMIGRATION: Assist survivors of domestic violence with civil defense orders, family law matters (such as custody and divorce), and immigration cases (such as VAWA automatic applications, U visas, and SIJS), as well as assistance to guardians and non-custodians Parents in maintenance cases. La Clínica de Asesoramiento del DC Bar Pro Bono Center está actualmente cerrada para su clínica en persona en Bread for the City. Haga clic a continuación para obtener detalles sobre la próxima clínica remota.
*Customers who are unable to use the online registration form due to a disability or lack of Internet access can call 206-267-7070 and press 1 to leave an appointment request via voicemail. Once a quarter in eastern Washington for appointments, go to mcrcseattle.org. HOUSING LAW: Assist tenants in owner-tenant and subsidized housing matters. The Bread for the City Legal Clinic advises and represents low-income D.C. residents in three main areas: The Access to Identification Documents project helps residents who encounter barriers to obtain DMV-issued identification needed to pursue essential opportunities such as employment and housing. Temporary telephone operation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. No walk-in dates are available. To apply, complete the NLC Client Admission Form HERE». To make an appointment, please click HERE to fill out a customer registration form. After submitting a client registration form, an NLC planner will call you within 2 weeks to complete the admission selection and, if you qualify, will schedule an appointment within 7 days.
Our phone numbers may appear as «blocked» or «restricted» in the caller ID. Mondays, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. 3815 S Othello St, Suite 105 Seattle, WA 98118 Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. 34200 1st Way S Federal Way, WA 98003. For an appointment, call (206) 448-5720 Monday to Thursday, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday, 18:45–21:00 7500 Greenwood Ave N Seattle, WA 98103 How was your visit to Legal Services? Use our customer feedback form to share your thoughts. Elise N.
Paeffgen, Bread for City Legal Services volunteer NOTE: Due to Covid-19, the Second Saturday Legal Clinic at the Jackie Robinson Centre is now conducted by phone. Seattle on the first 4 Thursdays of the month, 12:00–14:00 U.S. Courthouse 700 Stewart Street, (ground floor across from Clerks Counter) Seattle, WA 98101 Neighborhood Legal Clinic Brochure Volunteer Opportunities Tuesday, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm 100 Mill Avenue S, Renton, WA 98057 Seattle 1 & 3 Friday, 13:00–15:00 Senior Rights Assistance 2208 2nd Ave, Suite 100 Seattle, WA 98121. Tuesdays, from 19:00 to 21:00, closed 3. Tuesday 4217 SW Oregon St Seattle, WA 98116 Wednesday, 7:00-9:00 PM 113 23rd Avenue S Seattle, WA 98144. Neighbourhood legal clinics are open for telephone consultations! Leaflet of the A&R remote clinic| Remote A&R Clinic Flyer [en español] | Leaflet of the remote A&R clinic [በአማርኛ] | Remote A&R Clinic Flyer [用中文(表达] Wednesdays, 6:45 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Confidential Location, Seattle, WA Please click on the «Customer Registration» link below and fill out the form to request an appointment.