Although I know DUI law, I don't practice family law. I do know that if someone is in need of treatment and is not doing so, the court will not find that conduct favorable. What you could do is call - Clear Intake (toll free) 1-888-201-1014 for legal assistance.
The Northwest Justice Project has developed a client intake system called CLEAR. The system allows low-income individuals to be referred to legal assistance in their community by calling a toll-free number. Certain cases can be referred to Northwest Justice Project offices, local volunteer lawyer programs, law school clinics or other resources in the caller's community. When seeking assistance, please call CLEAR Intake (toll free) 1-888-201-1014 before calling other legal services programs.
In addition for self-help legal information go to www.WashingtonLawHelp.org . Obviously, since you are using Avvo, post your question under the Family Law section and you may receive more responses. You can check out Family Law Attorneys in your area as well on Avvo and find what appeals to you. Good luck, SharonAsk a similar question
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