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King County District Court West Division - Shoreline
18050 Meridian Avenue N
This court also provides contracted court services for the cities of Kenmore and Shoreline. Small Claims Court is held at this location. District Court West Division civil cases are filed at the Seattle location. Anti-harassment, domestic violence, and name changes can be filed at any court location.
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Online Court Resources
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Criminal History Records
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Superior, District, and Municipal Court Case Records
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District and Municipal Court Dates
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Attorney General Legal Opinions
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Forms and related information
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Self help, legal research, general information
King County Legal Information and Online Resources
The King County Bar Association offers an extensive list of links to legal information and online resources for a variety of legal issues, including King County resources, legal research sites, and other legal materials.
King County Law Library
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King County District Court Small Claims
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King County District Court Name Changes
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King County District Court Infractions
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King County Victim Help
The King County Prosecutor's Office offers information about resources and services available to crime victims, victims' compensation, case status notification, and restitution. Links to information about victims' rights are in the left column.
View statewide court rules and Superior, District, and Municipal Court local rules.
Crime Victims' Compensation
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Dispute Resolution Resources
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View and download guides for self-represented parties in Superior Court civil proceedings, District Court, and Municipal Court, in English and Spanish. View information about Courthouse Facilitators, who provide assistance to self-represented parties in Superior Court family law cases.
Domestic Violence Information
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Legal Information for Women
Legal Voice provides self-help legal publications designed specifically for women in areas including family law, violence against women, consumer, employment, court procedure, LGBT rights, criminal law, civil rights, health, and estate planning.
Domestic Violence Resources
Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence offers information about domestic violence, a list of hotlines and local programs and their websites, what to expect if you call a program or go to a shelter, and links to resources, and links to additional problem-solving resources. The "Resources" link on the right side of the menu bar provides links to many more domestic violence resources.
View information about "therapeutic" or "problem solving" specialized court programs in Washington, including Adult and Juvenile Drug Courts, Family Treatment Court, DUI Court, Domestic Violence Court, Mental Health Court, and Veterans Treatment Court. These courts can set up treatment in lieu of incarceration for some offenders with substance abuse and mental health problems.
Legal Information and Self Help Resources
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Legal Information Publications
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Motor Vehicle Information
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Self-Help Resources and Links
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The Washington Attorney General's Office offers information about senior fraud, death certificates and other issues regarding death, abuse of vulnerable adults, and filing Medicaid fraud complaints.
Court and Legal Answers
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State Court Guide
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State Law Library
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Search the Revised Code of Washington by keyword or citation, or browse the table of contents codes by title, chapter, and section.
The Washington Attorney General's Office offers information about consumer issues such as fraud, scams, disputes with companies, mediation and arbitration, court procedure, worker rights, and complaint filing; and links to other agencies for resolution of specific issues.
Legal aid, free services, lawyer referral
King County Free and Low-Cost Legal Help
The King County Bar Association's Pro Bono Services department offers free Neighborhood Legal Clinics and Volunteer Legal Services representation for low-income residents in civil cases. See links in the right column for details about these programs as well as programs for family law, housing, kinship care, and community resources. The Self Help Plus Program provides limited legal assistance in non-contested family law cases for a fee based on ability to pay.
King County Public Defenders
View information about the King County Department of Public Defense, which provides free or low-cost legal representation to income-eligible individuals facing possible incarceration, involuntary mental health commitment, or loss of parental rights.
King County Protection Order Help
The King County Protection Order Advocacy Program provides domestic violence victims with information about domestic violence protection orders, the process for obtaining an order, safety planning, and enforcement; assistance with forms and safety plans; hearing preparation and accompaniment; and referrals.
East King County Lawyers
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King County Lawyer Referral
The King County Bar Association offers a lawyer referral service by telephone, e-mail, or online request form.
Free Civil Legal Help
Northwest Justice Project provides free civil legal assistance to income-eligible parties, information about types of cases handled, and video information about various legal topics. Applications are taken by telephone or online form submission.
Public Defender Offices
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Complaints About Lawyers
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Free and Low-Cost Legal Assistance
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Search the Washington State Bar Association directory of member attorneys by name, city, status, area of practice, and languages spoken.
Lawyer Discipline Notices
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Lawyer Referral and Legal Assistance
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Complaints About Judges
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