A collection of legal resources for survivors of domestic violence.
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This training course covers the essential components of legal advocacy including how to navigate the criminal and civil legal systems.
This training course provides information about the different types of protective orders available in Washington State, as well as advocacy tips for working with survivors considering one of these orders.
This manual covers the core components of legal advocacy and the criminal and civil legal issues that impact survivors of abuse.
Many domestic violence survivors do not want to access criminal or civil legal responses to domestic violence. These resources and readings provide some alternatives to the legal system when supporting survivors.
A webinar about confidentiality – one of the core values of domestic violence advocacy.
A collection of resources explaining the types of protective orders available in Washington State.
A collection of resources for survivors whose partner/ex-partner has been arrested to assist in understanding the legal system and options available.
A collection of resources for information on divorce and child custody.
A collection of resources on how to access identity documents, like your birth certificate or a passport, and how to keep your address confidential.