All services provided are free, on a first-come, first-served basis. The Resource Center’s only requirement for providing services is that you do not have an attorney. Our Family Law Facilitator and Resource Center staff do not provide legal advice, are not your attorney and no attorney-client relationship is created as a result of any information or services provided to self-represented parties. This means that communications are not privileged and that services may be provided to both parties to a case. You should consult with your own attorney if you want personalized advice or strategy, to have a confidential conversation, or to be represented by an attorney in court.
Visiting our Self Help Resource Center
The Resource Center provides services in person on a first-come, first-served basis. Services provided and office hours vary by location. Due to the heavy demand for our services, it is advisable to visit our resource center locations as early as possible if you wish to have your forms reviewed by our staff. To find the nearest location to you, and our days and times of services, please click here.
Contacting the Self Help Resource Center by Email
You may email us for form requests and general information, however we do not review forms via email. We strive to answer all emails by close of business on the next court day.
Email Form requests and general questions about forms
Email General child support questions, form requests and general questions about forms
Email General small claims questions, form requests and general questions about forms
Email General landlord/tenant questions, form requests and general questions about forms
Contacting the Self Help Resource Center by Phone
You may also call us for general information, however we do not review forms over the phone. Our phone hours are Monday – Thursday from 12:00pm to 3:00pm.
(909) 269-8826 Family Law & Guardianship questions
(909) 708-8606 Small Claims & Landlord/Tenant questions
We Currently Offer Services in the Following Areas of Law
If you need assistance with other types of cases, please see our list of community resources and other helpful links.