Jefferson County Bar Association
Jefferson County Bar Association Holiday Party
Please join us to Celebrate the Holidays and Honor Ruth Gordon for her dedicated service as our Superior Court Clerk
All members of the court staff, county employees and our legal community are invited to attend. You are welcome to make this your firm’s office party
Fred Lewis Scout Cabin
3075 Discovery Road, Port Townsend, WA
Parking is limited, so carpool if you can.
Ticket price is $50 per person, which includes food and drinks. We will offer local wines, hard cider, and beer, as well as soft drinks and hot cider.
Dues paying members of the Jefferson County Bar for 2023 will receive a discounted rate of $40 per member
Get your tickets at: https://JCBAHolidayParty.eventbrite.com
Or use this QR code:
Volunteers for the event are eligible for a discounted rate of $40 per volunteer. We need people to help set up the event (doors will open at 4:00 PM) or help with clean up.
Contact: Eileen Baratuci to sign up. Eileen@AIMwisely.com.
Pay your 2023 Annual Membership Dues
It is that time of year again and we need your support.
You can pay your dues with a credit card, debit card or a checking or savings account routing number and account number.
Or you can give Heidi a check when you see her. It is your choice!
Click here to download a PDF flyer with links to resources.
There are resources to help you stay housed!
- OlyCAP Housing Services
Learn about eviction prevention.
Make a housing assistance request online or call 360.385.2571
- Local Pro Bono Lawyers
If you are facing a potentially unlawful eviction, you may be eligible for free legal aid. To start, call 888-201-1014 (M-F 9:15 AM - 12:15 PM) or call 360-504-2422.
- Peninsula Dispute Resolution Centers
Low-cost mediation for landlord-tenant disputes.
Accurate and current information about the eviction moratorium.
- Housing Solutions Network
The WA eviction moratorium is set to end on March 31st, but it may be extended again. While the moratorium is in effect, tenants can only be evicted in certain circumstances. Landlords may not raise rents during this time. Tenants are required to pay rent if they are able to. When the moratorium ends, landlords must offer a reasonable repayment plan for unpaid rent.