The library has fill-in-the-blank style forms for general civil lawsuits in subject areas such as debt collection, adoption, family law, real property, and guardianship.
The library also has the mandatory court forms for divorce, parentage, relocation, visitation, modification, and third-party custody.
Many forms are specific to Washington, but there are also national form book sets or example forms that can be adapted to other situations.
Washington State Court Forms
Here you will find forms that are used statewide in Washington Courts. This is not a complete list of all forms, rather a list of forms prepared by the Administrative Office of the Courts. Your Court may have forms you must file in a case. See below for information on Clark County Superior Court and District Court forms.
Clark County Superior Court Forms
This website includes pattern forms used in Clark County Superior Court. This list does not include all forms routinely used by the court or by individual judges. In addition, Superior Court uses many of the Washington State pattern forms, particularly in the family law arena.
Clark County District Court Forms
This website includes pattern forms used in Clark County District Court. This list does not include all forms routinely used by the court or by individual judges.
US Courts Forms
Find national federal court forms including bankruptcy. National court forms can be used in all federal courts. Each federal court maintains their own local court forms. Use the federal court finder to locate a federal court and their local court forms.
Washington LawHelp Forms
There are many forms included on this website as part of self-help packets. You can also use the LawHelp Interactive feature on the site to answer interview questions and create completed forms with instructions that are ready for your use in certain situations. If you don't find what you are looking for there, go to the homepage and choose a topic area or do a search.
ADA Policies and Procedures for Clark County Courts
If you have a disability you may request a reasonable accommodation to participate in a Clark County Court proceeding. Requests for accommodation for people with disabilities must meet all the requirements of General Court Rule 33.