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Clark County Law Library offers civil lawsuit self-help kits

By , Columbian Breaking News Reporter
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The Clark County Law Library has a new resource for people looking to file civil lawsuits.

The law library has a “Starting a Civil Lawsuit” self-help kit available for purchase, according to a news release. The kit is a part of a series that includes instructions about various court filings.

This new kit includes forms and instructions to start a civil lawsuit against a person in Superior Court. It does not cover procedures after the initial filing and is not intended for instruction on District Court procedures.

“The kits cost $15, which includes tax. We are selling them by mail while our office is closed,” said Law Librarian Maria Sosnowski. “Full cost is $27 including the kit, shipping and handling, credit card fee, and sales tax.”

More information about the kit and others are available at https://clark.wa.gov/law-library/self-help-form-kits.

To order a kit, call and leave a message and contact information at 564-397-2268 or email lawlibrary@clark.wa.gov.

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