Legal Research & Resources
You may represent yourself and do not need to have an attorney. If you represent yourself, it is important that you prepare for the hearing. Review the decision made by the agency. Review the law related to that decision. Think about the information you want to tell the judge.
Listed below are resources you may use to prepare your case. (The resources below are intended to assist you in the hearing process and are not intended to provide legal advice.)
Frequently Conducted Hearings
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Listed below are legal aid resources you may find helpful in preparing for your hearing.
Laws and Regulations
Master List of Resources from OAH Webpages
Apple Health (Medicaid) Manual
Attorney General's Office
Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS)
Division of Child Support
DSHS - Past decisions from hearings
Employment Security Department (ESD)
ESD - Past decisions from hearings
Health Care Authority (HCA)
Moderate Means Program
Unemployment Law Project
Free and low cost legal representation
WA State Bar Association
Washington Law Help
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