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Free resources are available to help you find legal information and learn how to represent yourself in some legal matters.

Self-Help Center

The Superior Court of San Luis Obispo Self-Help Center is available to help all self-represented parties with the case types listed below. The links will either take you to pages within our site or the website of the California Courts Self-Help Center.

How to Get Our Help

Español: Centro de Autoayuda de la Corte Superior del Condado de San Luis Obispo y Recursos Remotos

Important Disclosure: These programs and services are available to all parties in a case. The program staff cannot represent any of the parties in a case. No attorney-client relationship is created between any party and the program staff as a result of these services. Communications between parties and program staff are not confidential. The staff can only provide information and education, not legal advice. To receive legal advice, one must hire a private attorney. If you need legal advice you should consult with a lawyer. For more information on local legal agencies and services, you may view our Self-Help Legal Resource List.

Other Online Help

The San Luis Obispo Self-Help Center does not assist with the following case types; however, you may obtain self-help information using the links for the topics below

Going to Court Remotely

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