If you are a Washington-based small business (<$500k) or non-profit and have a dispute regarding your commercial lease agreement, you may be able to get some free legal advice. Communities Rise is sponsoring the phone consultations through December 15th.
Click on the image below to find more information on the Communities Rise website.
King County’s Department of Public Defense (DPD) can help! They can assist sealing both juvenile or even vacating some adult criminal convictions. You can read about these services HERE.
The Dept. of Public Defense actually offers a number of services – you can read all about them HERE.
LIVING WITH CONVICTION is a team of individuals that are committed to helping people struggling with the burden of Legal Financial Obligations (LFOs) and felony drug possession convictions. They do not provide legal advice, but they can help you vacate your pre-2021 drug possession felonies (allowed by the State Supreme Court’s 2/25/2021 “Blake” decision) and get your LFO-related interest waived.
You can find out more about them at their website: LivingWithConviction.org
Read their LFO flyer HERE.
Read their Blake flyer HERE.
Upsolve is a nonprofit tool that helps you file bankruptcy for free. Think TurboTax for bankruptcy. Get free education, customer support, and community.
The King County Prosecutor’s Office has launched an online dashboard that lets you track important data bout the felony cases that they’re pursuing. The tool is an effort to offer more transparency around the number and types of cases being brought in the County – and how it’s being affected by the pandemic.
You can view the dashboard HERE.
You can read and listen to the the full story HERE.
A gift for you and your future. The Seattle Public Library Foundation invites you to create a legacy in 20 minutes and ensure peace of mind and security for you, your loved ones, and organizations that you care about.
What a parenting plan is and how to get one. Learn how to enforce or change a permanent parenting plan.
This brochure was written by the Northwest Justice Project. It is a great resource available to persons who want to change their own name or their child’s name. It contains instructions to follow and sample forms showing you what completed forms could look like.
As we reflect upon and honor the many contributions that have made us a richer nation and region, here are a few suggestions to help celebrate this important month: