The Anna M. Moses Clerks Office can be reached at (360) 716-4773. Please press Option #5.
On December 14, 2018, the Tulalip Tribal Court team honored Annie Moses by naming the clerk’s office "The Anna M. Moses Clerks Office" for her dedication of 28 years+ of service at the Tribal Court. Annie is a member of the Tulalip Tribes and is now officially retired. Our hands up to Annie!
Dawn Sallee; Alicia Budd; Sheniece Lane; Megan O’Neill; Tasheena Woodward; Courtney Burdett, Talia Amador; Sylvanna Brinson; and Keaton Campbell.
The Clerk Team has one Court Intake Specialist, one Court Support Specialist, four Court Specialists, one Court Financial Coordinator and a Court Coordinator. All are Officers of the Court and their main function is to provide administrative civil & criminal support to the Judges, and serve the community in the day-to-day operations of the Court.
Wendy Church, is an enrolled Tulalip Tribal member and began in the Clerks Office in October of 2021. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Columbia College in criminal justice and her Master’s degree in Public Administration with an emphasis in Tribal Governance in 2008 from Evergreen State College. She has over 20 years of combined experience in legal office and court work. Ms. Church also served on the NW Intertribal Court System Board for over ten years and also benefited from the National judicial College Court Administrator program. Her Master’s Capstone, The Resurrection of the Tulalip Tribes Law & Justice System and its Socio-Economic Impacts can be found at on the Tulalip Tribal Court website, under About Us-- Tulalip Justice History.
Notice: The Tulalip Tribal Court is phasing out E-Filing temporarily while we investigate/explore e-filing software. After Tues., April 19th, we will no longer be accepting any E-Filings. You can file at the Clerk’s Office window or by U.S. Mail.
Any documents you would file at the Tulalip Tribal Court can be filed either at the Clerk's window or by U.S. mail.
Monday through Thursday, 8am to 4pm
Fridays, 8a.m. to 12p.m.
(Any filings accepted outside these hours will be processed the next business day).
1.4 Filing and Pre-Marking Requirements. When filing any commencement of a new action, the filing party must personally file the pleading with the Court; the party or attorney must provide two (2) copies, one for the Court, and one to be conformed for the filing party, which may be delivered in person or by mail. Pleadings delivered in person must be filed by 4 p.m. If filed by mail, a self-addressed stamped envelope shall be included.
The clerks intake window will be closed at 12:00pm for lunch.
You can pay with a check or money order if sending payment via mail. If making payment at clerks intake window, at the moment, we are only accepting cash, check or money orders. COMING SOON—We will soon be able to accept debit or credit payments. Stay tuned for more information.