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Self-help information on legal topics

SVC Legal Assistance

Skagit Valley College provides a Legal Referral and Information Assistant for students, staff, and the community.  The office is able to assist with information on family law issues, including divorce, legal separation, custody, abuse, restraining orders, and CPS.

Contact:   Christie Eichler

  • 360-416-6622
  • christie.eichler@skagit.edu
  • Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday
  • 9:30 to 2:30

Legal Services in Skagit County

Volunteer Lawyer Program 
Family Law Legal Clinics -  Every Wednesday
330 Pacific Place, Mount Vernon
360-416-7585
 
360-336-9591
 
 
 

 

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****Please note that the College is on remote operations during Spring 2020 due to concerns related to Covid -19. All courses are online and campus locations are closed. Find out about Library Services during this time.