This page from the Western District of Washington Federal Court’s website contains links to common forms for initiating a federal lawsuit as well as their Pro Se Guide.
This link leads to the portion of the Northwest Justice Project’s YouTube channel dealing with tax issues for H-2A workers and includes videos in English and Spanish.
This link points to a guide written by the ACLU discussing the various sources for criminal history information in Washington State and how to understand and correct these reports.
This link leads to the portion of the Northwest Justice Project’s YouTube channel dealing with foreclosure prevention and mediation and includes videos in English and Spanish.
This manual is intended to assist an individual wishing to pursue a civil action in his/her own behalf (pro se) in the United States District Court, Western District of Washington. The Manual includes forms, information about obtaining forms from the Court’s website, and some instructions on completing the forms.
The Family Law Orientation (FLO) seminar is designed for people who are not represented by an attorney It provides information on court processes, court rules, and resources that may help you with your case. According to Local Family Law Rule 20(b), all unrepresented parties to cases filed under Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 26.09 — which includes divorce, legal separations, and major parenting plan modifications — must attend this orientation within 30 days of filing or receipt of service. All unrepresented parties to a case must attend the FLO.
This link leads to a PDF document written by the Northwest Justice Project which describes how tenants in Washington State can defend themselves against an eviction.
This portion of the Washington State Court’s web site contains the following forms for the emancipation of a minor
This links leads to the online application provided by the Federal District Court for Western Washington.
From the web site:
“E-Pro Se is a user-friendly Web application that helps self represented (“pro se”) people prepare court documents and forms electronically. The program gathers information through simple questions and creates documents that may be filed with the court. Users have the ability to review, edit and save the completed documents before filing.
At this time, E-Pro Se can be used to create civil complaints.”
This link leads to the portion of the Washington State Department of Transportation’s web site discussing how to appeal a Good To Go toll penalty assessed by DOT. It includes information about in-person hearings and making appeals in writing.