What is the Office of Civil Legal Aid (OCLA) and what does it do? What are the eligibility requirements and other resources for legal aid for low income families?

The Office of Civil Legal Aid (OCLA) was established by the Washington State Legislature in 2005 as an independent agency of the State of Washington, under the judicial branch of state government.

Visit the OCLA Web site (http://www.ocla.wa.gov) for a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), and more information about the OCLA's mission and oversight, finding legal aid, eligibility, and other resources.

  • How to find legal help if you are low income and have a civil (non-criminal) legal problem.
  • The civil legal needs of low income people and Washington States legal aid delivery system.
  • The Civil Legal Aid Oversight Committee.

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