Self-Help Center
Self-Help Center

1.2 million unrepresented Californians visit self-help centers each year for help on cases that include divorces, child custody, evictions and restraining orders.

Stanislaus
Stanislaus

About 75 people fighting civil cases without an attorney visit the self-help center in Stanislaus County daily.

Stanislaus
Stanislaus

Martha and her daughter visit the self-help center in Stanislaus County to get help filling out legal forms.

Self-Help Center
Self-Help Center

The self-help center in Santa Cruz's Superior Court is a regional center that serves Santa Cruz and San Benito residents.

Self-Help Center
Self-Help Center

Courts opened self-help centers to address the growing number of litigants coming to court without an attorney.

Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz

About 1,700 people come into Santa Cruz Superior Court's self-help center each month. "That number keeps going up and up and up," said attorney Sasha Morgan.

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