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Filing an action with the Superior Court normally requires a filing fee. Please see fee schedule for current fees. CLICK HERE.
If you are low-income, you may be eligible for a fee waiver which would waive the fees for filing an action with the court. Below are links outlining the qualifications for a fee waiver and the forms to request a fee waiver:
|Information Sheet on Waiver of Court Fees and Costs||FW-001-INFO|
|Request to Waive Court Fees||FW-001|
|Order on Court Fee Waiver (Superior Court)||FW-003|
|Request for Hearing About Court Fee Waiver Order (Superior Court)||FW-006|
|Notice of Hearing About Court Fees||FW-007|
Small Claims Court is a quick and inexpensive way to resolve disputes that do not exceed $10,000.
|Plaintiff's Claim and ORDER to Go to Small Claims Court||SC-100|
An Unlawful Detainer is an action by which a landlord seeks to evict a person or persons from rented property, either residential or commercial.
Probate/Conservatorship – A probate case is filed when a person’s estate is unresolved. A conservatorship case is filed when an adult person is unable to care for themselves and/or their finances.
A petition for name change may be filed by a person 18 years or older to legally change their name and may also be filed on behalf of persons under 18, such as their child(ren).