Lawyer in the Library Legal Clinic

Have a legal question? Every third Monday, an attorney from Snohomish County Legal Services, opens a new window will provide free legal assistance to qualifying low-income Snohomish County residents from 3:00-7:00 PM at the Mill Creek Library. The clinic offers four, 60-minute one-on-one legal consultations for qualified individuals. 

This legal clinic is an opportunity to meet with a SCLS attorney to complete documentation and/or discuss follow-up for civil legal issues, including:

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

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 preferred; walk-ins will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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