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Self-Help Legal Issues

The Self-Help program can assist self-represented litigants with a variety of legal issues. Contact the Self-Help Center for additional information.

Legal Issues Served by the Self-Help Center

Assistance is provided through workshops and individual appointments. Please call for an appointment.

The Self-Help program can assist self-represented litigants with a variety of legal issues, including:

  • Child Support
  • Order to Show Cause - Child Custody & Visitation
    • Contempt
    • Modification/Changes to
    • Existing Orders
  • Notice of Motion
    • Set Aside Voluntary Declaration of Paternity
    • Set Aside Default Paternity
  • Paternity/Parentage
  • Name Change of
    • Child(ren)
    • Self (adult)
  • Stipulated Judgments
  • Responses
    • Dissolutions
    • Paternity
    • Order to Show Cause
    • Notice of Motion
  • Simplified Financial Statements
  • Judgments (Default, Uncontested, Contested, Stipulated)
  • Dissolution/Legal Separation/Annulments
  • Summary Dissolution
    • Petition for Custody and Support of Minor Children
  • Disclosure Documents (Dissolution)
  • Judgments (Contested/Uncontested)
  • Small Claims (Plaintiff and Defendant)
  • Restraining Orders (and responses)
    • Civil Harassment
    • Domestic Violence
    • Elder Abuse/Workplace Violence
  • Evictions/Unlawful Detainer (Tenant and Landlord)
  • Bifurcation of Marital Status
  • Set aside of default (family law matters)
  • Change of venue
  • Expungement
  • Procedural information about court and forms
  • Income and Expense Declarations
  • Stipulations
  • Guardianship/Guardianship Terminations (Probate)
    • Special workshops for grandparents and elderly
    • Alternatives to Guardianship
  • Step parent adoptions (with signed, uncontested consent of biological parent)
  • Emancipation (of Minor)

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