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Home Justice Legal Clinic

The Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association's Volunteer Legal Services Program is partnering with the Seattle University School of Law Foreclosure Mediation & Outreach Program, Northwest Justice Project's Foreclosure Prevention Unit and the Pierce County Center for Dispute Resolution to provide a free monthly foreclosure clinic on the 4th Wednesday evening of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the TPCBA VLS Program office (621 Tacoma Ave S, Suite 303), where you can speak to an attorney one-on-one for advice and referral.

If you are a homeowner in default, a tenant living in a property in the process of foreclosure, or your life is being affected by any other issue related to a foreclosure, please give us a call now at (253) 572-5134 or e-mail us at vls@tacomaprobono.org.

We help with any legal problem related to foreclosure, including referral and preparation for mediation, landlord-tenant problems, bankruptcy, probate, family law, and other civil issues which may come up for you if you are involved in a foreclosure process. Call us. If we can't help at the Home Justice Legal Clinic we will refer to you to someone who can. We welcome veterans and active military.

Interpreter Services Available! -- If you are low-income, have a civil legal issue, and need an interpreter for a clinic appointment or an attorney referral, please call us. We can make an appointment for you using Ethnic Bridge and will provide a free interpreter for you at the clinic. Services available include most languages and ASL interpreters. Call VLS at (253) 572-5134 if you have any questions, need more information or to make an appointment.

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Thank You to our community partners and our attorney and paralegal volunteers!

Last updated June 19, 2014