Lawyer in the Library Legal Clinic

Have a legal question? Every third Monday, an attorney from Snohomish County Legal Services will provide free legal assistance to qualifying low-income Snohomish County residents from 5:30-7:30 PM at the Mill Creek Library. The clinic offers four, 30-minute one-on-one legal consultations for qualified individuals. Download the flyer, opens a new window

At this legal clinic, a SCLS attorney will meet with you to discuss general civil legal issues, including:

  • Family law (e.g. divorce, parenting plans, and visitation rights)
  • Housing (eviction, landlord-tenant issues)
  • Debt collection

Some cases may be referred to SCLS staff or volunteer attorneys, or our community partners for additional services. For more SCLS legal clinics, please visit the Snohomish County Legal Services Events, opens a new window website. 

We hope to reach low-income residents of Snohomish County who would not otherwise be able to access affordable legal assistance. Seventy-four percent of low-income households experienced one or more civil legal problems in the past year and these households do not get any or enough legal help for 92% of the problems that have had a substantial impact on them, including consumer issues, health care, housing, and income maintenance (Source). 

Make An Appointment

To schedule a consultation, contact the Research, Information, & Recommendations desk at 425-337-4822 ext. 4230 or visit the Mill Creek Library to sign up for an appointment and get an application. Pre-registration is recommended; walk-ins will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.

To request accommodations for an event, email or visit our Accessibility page.