State law prohibits our office from providing legal advice. This includes giving instructions for form completion. The following lists what our office legally can and cannot do.
- Respond to inquiries about court procedures.
- Check your court papers to see if you have completed the signatures, have the proper notarization, and have the correct county name and case number. We can also verify any attachments.
- Give general information about where to find court procedures, deadlines, rules and practices.
- Provide court schedules and information about how to get a case scheduled.
- Provide basic information about your own case file.
- Provide official court forms and instructions.
- Provide copies of documents for a fee.
- Provide legal advice or tell you whether you should bring your case to court.
- Tell you what to say in your court papers.
- Give you an opinion about what will happen if you bring your case to court.
- Tell you what to say in court.
- Talk to the judge for you.
- Let you talk to the judge outside of court.
- Change an order signed by a judge.
- Provide referrals to attorneys.
The following links are for some local and statewide legal resources: