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The Third Avenue entrance to the King County Courthouse is temporarily closed. Please use the Fourth Avenue entrance.  
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Below you will find a list of forms commonly used in the Involuntary Treatment Act (ITA) Court.

One word of caution: If you choose to use any of the forms provided here in MS Word format, please be advised that the appearance, page breaks, margins, fonts, and other aspects of the document that you prepare may be affected by the version of Word you are using. Please be sure that the completed document conforms to all rules governing acceptable document format, particularly those stated in General Rule 14. This includes but is not limited to the requirement that writing/printing shall appear on one side of the page only.

If you have questions about any of these forms, please contact the ITA Court.

Form Name MS Word PDF
Adult Findings - Conclusions - Order Committing Word PDF
Adult Order of Continuance Word PDF
Adult Order Revoking Word PDF
Adult Order Setting Trial Date Word PDF
Findings - Conclusions - Order Authorizing Anti-Psychotic Medication Word PDF
Findings - Conclusions - Order Authorizing ECT Word PDF
Findings - Conclusions - Order for Chemical Dependency Treatment Word PDF
Joel's Law - Order Dismissing Petition - Probable Cause Stage Word
Joel's Law - Order Dismissing Petition - Sufficient Evidence Stage Word
Joel's Law - Order of Initial Detention Word
Joel's Law - Order to Compel Sworn Statement Word
Juvenile Findings - Conclusions - Order Committing Word PDF
Juvenile Order of Continuance Word PDF
Juvenile Order Revoking Word PDF
Juvenile Order Setting Trial Date Word PDF
Order Assigning/Modifying ITA Jury Trial Word PDF
Order for Dismissal Word PDF
Order Holding Case Pending Jury Trial Word PDF
Order on Motion Word PDF
Order on Motion for Revision Word
Respondent's Waiver of Presence Word
Template Order Declining to Detain Word PDF

The King County Courthouse (Seattle) 3rd Avenue entrance is closed due to construction. It will remain closed through July 26. Please use the 4th Avenue entrance on the west side of 4th Avenue. Visitors can also use the King County Administration Building to enter the courthouse. Enter the Admin Building on 4th Avenue or 5th Avenue and take the elevator to "T" Tunnel.