Court Forms

Court Forms Domestic Violence

Washington State’s website for publicly available legal forms and documents related to Domestic Violence, e.g. Order for Protection

Family Law & Domestic Violence

Snohomish County Family Law Facilitator

If you have questions regarding which family law self-help packet to purchase, you can visit the Family Law Facilitator

The Family Law Facilitator cannot fill out forms for you, but can review your forms for completeness prior to going to court.

Washington State Marriage License Application

Couples may apply for a marriage license in-person or by mail through the Snohomish County Auditor’s Office. Both parties must sign the application before a deputy auditor (or a notary public if the application is by mail).

How to...Obtain a Marriage License in Snohomish County:

How to File for Divorce

This packet was written to help you get a divorce. It provides general information about the law and some of the forms you will need to fill out.

Hosted by Washington LawHelp, free civil legal services for low-income persons and seniors in Washington.

How To File for a Domestic Violence Protection Order

Important information about what a protection order is and why you might need one. Read this publication before filing forms for a protection order.

Hosted by Washington LawHelp, free civil legal services for low-income persons and seniors in Washington.

Traffic & Automobiles

Traffic Collision Reports

Traffic collision/accident reports from all states and respective jurisdictions.

Enter state and jurisdiction and one of the following:

•Report Number

•Name (First, Last) and Date of Incident

•Name (First, Last) and Street


CLEAR Hotline


You can call CLEAR Monday-Friday from 9:15 am to 12:15 pm

CLEAR (Coordinated Legal Education, Advice and Referral) is a toll-free legal hotline for people with low incomes.

Columbia Legal Services


Central Support Office:

101 Yesler Way, Suite 300

Seattle, WA 98104

Protects and defends the legal and human rights of low income people.

Disability Rights of Washington

206-324-1521 or 800-562-2702


315 5th Ave S, Ste 850

Seattle, WA 98104

Legal services for disability rights violations, general information about legal rights, community education and training.

Dispute Resolution Center


2801 Lombard, Everett WA 98201

Provides landlord tenant dispute mediation, and mediation for small claims court.

Public Law Library of King County Tenant Guide


516 3rd Ave., Suite W621

Seattle, WA 98104


Monday – Friday: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

This guide recommends books and other resources on the topic of landlord and tenant laws. The Law Library of King County also makes available a sample lease agreement, with language specific to Washington State.

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project



Hours: Monday to Friday 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

615 2nd Avenue Suite 400

Seattle, WA 98104

NWIRP works on impact litigation, and community education.

They also provide comprehensive immigration legal services, focusing on:

• Survivors of Domestic Violence and Other Crimes

• Asylum

• Family Services

• Children and Youth

• Citizenship

• Deferred Action and DACA

• Detention and Deportation Defense

*There are eligibility requirements*

Northwest Justice Project



Fax: 425- 252-5945

2731 Wetmore Avenue, Suite 410

Everett, WA 98201

Provides free civil legal assistance and representation to low-income people in situations affecting basic human needs. Free self-help materials available on website.

Protection Order Programs


Information on how to file and apply for a protection order in Snohomish County.

Snohomish County Law Library


3000 Rockefeller

First Floor, Room 139, M/S 703

Everett, WA 98201

Monday - Thursday

9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Closed for lunch (1:00 - 2:00)

2:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Closed Fridays

The law library is open to the public, the legal community, and local government agencies to provide access to legal information and assistance with legal research.

Snohomish County Legal Services


2731 Wetmore Avenue, Suite 410

Everett WA 98201


Provides free legal aid serving Snohomish County residents experiencing poverty.

Washington State Courts Forms & Documents

The Washington State Court Forms website links to forms used in Washington Courts. Please note: this is not a complete list of all forms. Your Court may have unique forms you must file in some cases; check any/all Local Court Rules for more information.

Washington State Law Library

415 12th Ave. SW

Olympia, WA 98501.

360-357-2136 (email)

Washington LawHelp

The Washington LawHelp website (maintained by Northwest Justice Project) is a guide to free civil legal services for low-income persons and seniors in Washington. Website supports many languages.

Northwest Justice Project (Everett/Snohomish)

2731 Wetmore Avenue, Suite 410

Everett, WA 98201



1-888-201-1014 (CLEAR - Client Intake)

425-252-5945 (fax)

Washington State Attorney General - Immigration Services

Attorney General Main Office

1125 Washington Street SE

PO Box 40100

Olympia, WA 98504-0100


Everett Office

3501 Colby Avenue

Suite 200

Everett, WA 98201

425- 257-2170

To find a licensed attorney or federally authorized professional who specializes in immigration law, contact these organizations for information:

American Association of Immigration Lawyers -Washington Chapter

You may also search for an immigration attorney, by city and state, at AILA’s immigration lawyer search page:

• Latino Bar Association of Washington (LBAW):

• Washington State Bar Association:

• The Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (calls answered weekdays; ask for "Citizenship Unit")

o Western Washington 800-445-5771 or 206-587-4009

o Eastern/Central Washington 888-756-3641


Washington State Law Library


415 12th Ave. SW, Olympia, WA 98501.

Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Chat service available 9-1


The Washington State Law Library’s primary mission is to serve the legal information needs of the members, staff and employees of Washington’s courts as well as the Attorney General, Legislature, Governor’s Office and commissions, agencies and boards of all branches of state government. In addition, the Law Library is open to the public and welcomes the opportunity to assist you in your legal research, but cannot give legal advice or do anything which might constitute the unauthorized practice of law.