Notice of Change of Legal Representation Family Court

IMPORTANT: Before using the services of a PST program or court staff, please read the Service Limitation Disclaimer. If you intend to represent yourself, it may be helpful to seek help through our self-help centre. The PSC offers services to help you represent yourself in family law matters. The centre houses the Office of the Family Law Facilitator, an information and referral service for community resources through 2-1-1 Sacramento and the Self-Help Computer Room. The PSC is currently closed for personal services, but support is available by email correspondence. The farm`s self-help services are available free of charge. PST programs and court staff are subject to certain service restrictions. For example, they can help you administratively and procedurally, but are unable to act as a lawyer or provide you with legal advice. This disclaimer sets out the limits of the services provided by PST programs and court staff.

Civil cases: Use these forms with civil defence orders (domestic violence, harassment, sexual assault, illegal harassment) and family law orders ordering the surrender of weapons. The Florida State Courts System Self-Help Center is your online guide to guide you through the court system. The role of PSC staff is to direct interested individuals to the self-help website, where they can explore the resources they need to represent themselves, access the courts and other important resources. Self-employed employees cannot give legal interpretations or advice. The self-help website contains family law forms approved by the Florida Supreme Court. Additional resources include a directory of local support centres, web links to free and low-cost legal aid, mediator search capabilities, and guardianship resources. The Ministry of Commerce has created a list of resources in 9 different languages for young people considering this process to help them identify their rights and get support when needed. Resource listings are available in English, Spanish, Somali, Russian, Korean, Ukrainian, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Tagalog and can be found on the Washington Courts website under Resources. Forms are not available at the courthouse. These form packages are designed to be used before you arrive at the courthouse to file if you do not have a lawyer preparing your forms for you. Before attempting to use any of the packages included here, we recommend that you contact the Self-Help Center to find out which package can be used in your case. Note: Current guidelines for means-tested income can be found at the Washington State Public Defense Office.

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