Washington State Legal Forms - If you are outside of the Libraries, you will need to enter your Spokane Public Library card number to use this database of fillable, printable, and downloadable legal forms covering hundreds of subjects and issues. It also provides links to Tax forms for every state. To learn more, read the FAQ on their first page.
You do not need a library card or a reservation for access to government websites. All government websites are accessible from any Catalog Computer in all Spokane City Libraries.
City of Spokane’s Municipal Court Website: Click on their "Other Information" button to locate a list of Court Forms.
Spokane District Court and Forms serving Spokane County and the cities of Deer Park, Fairfield, Latah, Liberty Lake, Millwood, Rockford, Spangle and Spokane Valley.
Spokane County Superior Court website with Forms. There is one Superior Court serving each county, although some smaller counties have been combined to form 31 judicial districts.
Washington State Court website and Court Forms. For more about Washington state court cases, see our page for Washington State Law Resources .
LegalWA.org includes links to:
Registration forms for business entities from the office of the Washington Secretary of State.
Washington State Licensing: Forms from the Washington Department of Licensing.
Bankruptcy Court-Eastern District of Washington and Bankruptcy Forms
United States District Court for Eastern Washington includes a link to court forms.
UScourts.gov: the official webpage for the Judicial branch of the Federal government; see also the Supreme Court homepage.
You can also use The Supreme Court Database to find US Supreme Court Cases from 1953 to 2009.
Try Oyez.org to find Supreme Court cases, news, and to browse Supreme Court cases by issue.
Try OpenJurist.org to find court opinions back to the earliest cases of the US Supreme Court and from the US Court of Appeals.
You can also use Google Scholar to read legal documents from select courts. You can find cases and read full-text legal opinions from U.S. and state district, appellate, and supreme courts.
United States Supreme Court Reports: bound volumes are in Closed Stacks. JU 6.8
Books of Legal Forms: The Libraries have a variety of one-volume books of legal forms that you may photocopy. Ask at the Reference Desk for assistance.
Northwest Women's Law Center Legal Voice offers a Legal Information and Referral (I&R) telephone line staffed by volunteer attorneys, paralegals and law students. Their website also provides Self-Help and Legal Education materials for the general public about family law and other consumer subjects. Many of their materials contain examples of forms.
Court rules, forms and dockets from LLRX.com
findlegalforms.com/free-forms/: Only selected forms and business letters are free to download from the Free Legal Forms page of this commercial site.