Legal Help Links
Pierce County's free civil legal aid program. Including the Housing Justice Project, Family Law Help, Legal Clinics, and the Native American Legal Aid Program.
Tacomaprobono legal clinics during Covid-19.
Alliance for Equal Justice
The Alliance for Equal Justice is a network of Washington State organizations that work together in a collaborative way to coordinate strategy and delivery of civil legal aid to people and communities that experience poverty and injustice. We are committed to identifying and dismantling all barriers that deny justice and perpetuate poverty and racial inequities. We envision a society where poverty or race is not an impediment to justice, work to expand meaningful access to justice systems and work to achieve justice within the framework of the law.
Get Legal Help--NW Justice Project & Update for help during Covid-19
In 2019, more than 2 million people in Washington were found to be of moderate income, falling between 200% and 400% of the Federal Poverty Level. Many moderate income clients in need of legal services cannot afford a full-fee attorney, yet do not qualify for free civil legal aid.
The statewide Moderate Means Program strives to bridge that gap with reduced-fee assistance in legal cases involving family, housing, consumer, and unemployment issues that is scaled to the client’s income. The Moderate Means Program connects moderate-income clients with a family, housing, consumer, and/or unemployment legal issue with legal professionals willing to represent them at a reduced rate.
The Moderate Means Program does not provide free legal services. This program is not able to handle urgent legal needs as the intake and referral process may take some time.
Apply Online or Call 855-741-6930