Colusa County Superior Court Self-Help Center

How to Receive Services (Intake)
The Colusa County Superior Court Self-Help Center can provide information and instructions to show you how to complete legal forms for common cases in civil court. You may call ahead to schedule an appointment or you can come into the Center for assistance Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM.


547 Market Street
Courthouse Annex
Colusa, CA 95932
United States

(530) 458 - 0598
Areas Served
Colusa County
Who We Are

Colusa County Superior Court has two programs in place to assist self-represented persons in family law cases. The programs are the Family Law Facilitator’s Office and the Self-Help Center. These programs are housed together and are operated under the supervision of an attorney.

The services provided by both programs are not confidential. We assist both sides of the case equally. Neither program gives legal advice as one could obtain from a privately retained attorney. To get advice or have a confidential conversation, you must speak with a private attorney. The Self-Help Center does not represent anyone in court.

There is no income eligibility requirement to use these services. They are available to all members of the community who are not represented by an attorney. All services are provided free of charge.

The services provided by the Family Law Facilitator Program are limited to parentage and child and spousal support matters. The Colusa County Superior Court Self-Help Center provides services beyond limited Family Law matters.

The Self-Help Center provides information about procedure, substantive law and assistance with court forms in the following areas:
Child Custody and Visitation
Child Support
Spousal Support
Dissolution, Legal Separation, or Nullity of Marriage
Establishment of Paternity
Name Change
Probate Guardianship
Workplace Violence Restraining Orders
Domestic Violence
Civil Harassment
Small Claims
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
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Organization Type
Court Programs
Spoken Languages
Spanish / Español
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