|915 10th Street, first floor
Welcome to the Weld County Combined Court Self Help Center Online. We are here to help you better understand our courts. The Weld County Combined Court Information Center, located on the first floor of the Centenntial Building also is availble to help by offering personal assistance. The Center is staffed by the Self-Represented Litigant Coordinator and other court employees to provide parties without attorneys free procedural information and assistance with forms. The staff can answer questions about forms, the legal system, and the legal process, but cannot provide legal advice. Public access computers are available for research and completing forms.
How can the Court Information Center Help You?
Here are just a few ways the Court Information Center can provide assistance to self-represented individuals:
Locate and Access Forms
Look Up Orders
Determine Which Form You May Need
Check Your Case Status
Fill Out Forms
Check Forms For Completeness
Authority for Self-Represented Litigant Assistance (CJD 13-01)
The Colorado Courts provide self-help assistance to Self-Represented Litigants to facilitate access to the courts. The goal is to provide, within the bounds of this directive, assistance to achieve fair and efficient resolution of cases, and to minimize the delays and inefficient use of court resources that may result from use of the court system by litigants who are not represented by lawyers. There is a compelling state interest in resolving cases efficiently and fairly, regardless of the financial resources of the parties.
Any matter necessitating legal intervention should be taken seriously. The advice of an attorney is highly recommended.