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   "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 [Chief Justice Directive 13-01], 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." 



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About the Self-Represented Litigant Coordinator Program -- Brochure (English) - Folleto (Espanol)

What is a "Self-Represented Litigant?"

A "Self-Represented Litigant" is any individual who seeks information to file, pursue, or respond to a case without the assistance of a lawyer.

What does the Self-Represented Litigant Coordinator do?

The Coordinator works for the Court and helps self-represented litigants with general questions, paperwork, resources, and forms related to their case while educating litigants on state statutes, rules, policies and procedures that may be applicable to their case (within legal limitations).

Who Can the Coordinator help?

The Coordinator can help anyone who is not represented by an attorney with non-criminal matters that are filed or will be filed in a Colorado Combined Court.

How Much Does It Cost?

This is a FREE service provided by the Court!!

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Help is Available in the Following Types of Cases:

Adoption Foreclosure Protection Orders
Child Custody / Parenting Time Filing Fees Seal My Case
Child Support Garnishments & Judgments Small Claims
Civil Lawsuit (money cases) Guardian & Conservator Trusts, Estates, Wills
Contempt Name Change Water
Divorce Paternity  
Eviction Probate  

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How do I contact or meet with the Coordinator?

To schedule an appointment, please contact the clerk's office in the county you wish to meet.  Appointments are recommended and will be given priority, however, walk-ins are welcome and will be assisted on a first-come, first-serve basis (time permitting).  Appointments are scheduled for 30 minutes and can be in-person or by phone.  If your appointment is by phone, access to a computer and the internet during your appointment is highly recommended.

What if I'm not located in Moffat, Routt, or Grand County?

Appointments in the 14th Judicial District are available by phone.  Call the appropriate combined court at your scheduled appointment time.  You can also contact your local combined court for information on their Self-Help Center or Self-Represented Litigant Coordinator Program.

  to find a Self-Help Center or Self-Represented Litigant Coordinator near you.

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