Access to Justice
Rural Communities and Agriculture
We Bring Our Services to You
Our expertise is perfect for farmers, ranchers, orchard owners, vintners, and other agriculturalists. We can handle all your legal needs--both for your business and your family. If you live in a rural area that makes dropping by a law firm difficult, talk to us about how we are solving that inconvenience by bringing our services to you.
Moderate Means Program
You May Qualify for Reduced Rates
The WSBA Moderate Means Program (MMP) is a state-wide, reduced-fee lawyer referral service which connects Washington State's moderate-income households with attorneys who have agreed to offer reduced-fee legal assistance for housing, consumer and family law issues. If you do not qualify for legal aid, but still can't afford an attorney, the Moderate Means Program may be able to connect you with an attorney willing to charge reduced rates. Visit http://www.moderatemeanswa.org/ to see if you are eligible. Caitlyn is currently a participating attorney.
Limited License Legal Technicians (LLT)
Alternative Legal Assistance
Washington is the first state in the country to offer an affordable legal services option to help meet the needs of those unable to afford the services of a lawyer. A limited license legal technician, also known as a legal technician or a LLLT, is licensed by the Washington Supreme Court to advise and assist people going through divorce, child custody, and other family law matters in Washington. Steve has dedicated countless hours to and is a tireless advocate for the LLLT program in Washington. We may be able to make a referral to an LLT in your area if their services fit your needs.
Resources for Low Income Households
Washington has several organizations providing low or no-fee legal services to qualifying clients. Below are some links to legal aid organizations and resources:
Northwest Justice Project: https://nwjustice.org/get-legal-help
Columbia Legal Services: https://columbialegal.org/sc
Chelan-Douglas County Volunteer Attorney Services: https://cdcvas.org/
Disability Rights Washington: http://www.disabilityrightswa.org
Sexual Violence Legal Services: http://www.svlawcenter.org/
Seniors (age 60 and over) can also call CLEAR*Sr at 1-888-387-7111