Who We Are
The Center provides legal assistance and legal information to self represented litigants. The Center assists individuals to prepare their own legal forms and understand court procedures.
The Family Law Facilitator is available to help both parents and all other parties who have questions about family law issues, including child support, spousal support, health insurance, and the availability of community resources to help families
Description of Service Types
Unable to provide assistance with criminal cases, bankruptcy or immigration, or unlawful detainer (eviction) cases.\n\nStaff at the SHLA Center does not give legal advice, but they can give answers to procedural questions such as which forms you need to file, or what just happened at your legal proceeding. They may also be able to give other agency referrals which may be helpful.\n\nThere are packets of information and judicial forms available at the Self-Help Center. Videos, books and binders also provide useful legal information. There are also limited number of public access computers which directly link to the Courts website and to judicial forms.\n\nServices are provided on a walk in basis only. NO appointment is needed.