Shasta County Superior Court Family Law Facilitator's Office/Self Help Center


1500 Court Street
Room 115
Redding, CA 96001
United States

(530) 245 - 6900
Areas Served
Shasta County
Who We Are
Court cases frequently involve serious and complex legal issues. It can be particularly difficult to represent yourself in family law cases because they touch on the most important and personal areas in your life-your children, your assets, your debts, and your finances. There are also many rules, laws, and forms required in all court cases, especially in family law case. Before you make the decision to represent yourself in your court case, you should consider consulting with an attorney. Many attorneys charge only a nominal amount or nothing at all for a consultation.
If you are not represented by an attorney in your court case, you can obtain general information and assistance completing necessary court forms at the Shasta County Superior Court's Family Law Facilitator's Office/Self Help Center.
Community Groups
Medicaid Eligible
Mentally Ill
Over 60
Person living with HIV/AIDS
Person with Disabilities
Related to person living with HIV/AIDS
Survivor of Domestic Violence
U.S. Citizen or Documented Immigrant
Under 18
Description of Service Types
The Family Law Facilitator�s Office/Self-Help Center is operated under the supervision of an attorney. The attorney and her staff provide limited assistance to all self-represented parties regardless of income. Service is offered on a first-come, first-served basis during office hours, through telephone hotline, and through email. Due to limited resources, the lines can be quite long.\n\nThe Family Law Facilitator�s Office/Self-Help Center cannot give you legal advice, which means that the attorney and her staff cannot tell you what you should do in your particular case. To obtain legal advice, you must hire your own attorney. The Family Law Facilitator�s Office/Self Help Center can provide general information about the laws, rules, procedures and forms necessary to work your way through your court case. The office also provides referrals to other service organizations that may assist you.\n\nThe Family Law Facilitator�s Office/Self Help Center cannot represent you and the information you discuss is not confidential. No attorney-client relationship is created between you and the program attorney. The program provides services to both parties and may also assist a third party who has joined in the case. The Family Law Facilitator�s Office/Self Help Center cannot speak for you in court and is not responsible for the outcome of your case.
Organization Type
Court Programs
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