WSBA Moderate Means Program
Who We Are
The Moderate Means Program (MMP) is a statewide program designed to help moderate income individuals obtain legal services from private attorneys at reduced fees in the areas of unemployment benefits, family, housing, and consumer law. The WSBA Moderate Means Program is a partnership with the law schools of Gonzaga University, Seattle University, and the University of Washington.
Who We Serve
- Cirumstances and languages in which interpreters are provided
Translation and interpreter services are provided as needed.
- Income Guidelines
To be eligible, you must be facing a family, housing, or consumer law issue and your household income must fall between 200-400% of the federal poverty level (FPL).
- Is this organization accessible by wheelchair?
- Does this organization provide access for the hearing impaired?
Type of Help
- This group provides the following types of services based on your legal needs and its resources:
- Full Legal Representation
- Self-Help Materials
- Brief Advice
- Pro Se Legal Clinic
- Description of Services
You may be eligible to connect with a legal professional for reduced-fee legal help through the WSBA Moderate Means Program. When working with a Moderate Means Program legal professional, it is important to know that they will charge you fees and may request an advance deposit.
How to Get Help
You can contact this organization by:
- Phone Number
Apply online using the online application on the Moderate Means Program website. If you cannot apply online, please leave a voicemail at 855-741-6930.