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Self-Help Centers

 

   Find Centers by Location   |   List of Self-Help Centers

What to learn more about courthouse staff? Take a virtual tour here   https://coloradovirtualcourthouse.org/

Virtual Clinics

 

Statewide Clinics Schedule

Clinic Topics:

  • Collect a Judgment
  • Divorce/Custody
  • Sealing Records
  • Small Claims
  • Estate Planning   

All you need is internet service to attend one of these clinics. Check the schedule for dates and times. 

Websites

 

  • Colorado Courts E-Filing
    • Get 24/7 access to your domestic case. Have the ability to view and print all your documents. File into your case anytime without going in person to the court.  
    • E-Filing Fees
  • Checkerboard
    • The checkerboard website provides access to the court forms, statutes, instructions, court rules, flowcharts, videos, and other information for civil legal issues. 
    • Complete the JDF 1113 Parenting Plan form using a guided interview process 

 

Virtual Court Appearance using Webex

 

Trial Courts

 

Need to print a copy?

  • How to Appear in Court click here  
  • Tips on Appearing in a Virtual Courtroom click here 
  • How to use Webex click here

 

Court of Appeals

 

Housing

Information for tenants and landlords for rental assistance, legal assistance and eviction diversion. 

  • Housing Resources
    • Financial help, food assistance, rental assistance, shelters, etc.  

 

Power of Attorney

 

  • Forms and Resources
    • A Power of Attorney allows someone to make specific decisions for you.
    • It does not give someone the authority to represent you in court like a lawyer.

 

Fingerprints & Background Checks

 

Finger Prints

 

Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI)

          

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

  • For a fee, the FBI can provide individuals with an Identity History Summary—often referred to as a criminal history record or a “rap sheet”—listing certain information taken from fingerprint submissions kept by the FBI and related to arrests and, in some instances, federal employment, naturalization, or military service. The U.S. Department of Justice Order 556-73, also known as Departmental Order, establishes rules and regulations for you to obtain a copy of your Identity History Summary for review or proof that one does not exist. For how to submit a request click here.
  • https://www.fbi.gov/services/cjis/identity-history-summary-checks

 

Trails Background Check

 

Registered Agent

 

  • To sue a company, you must serve the person the company lists as their Registered Agent.
  • Companies list their registered agent with the Coloroado Secretary of State.

 

Helpful Links

 

 

Mediation

 

 

 

Videos & Guides

 

Change Child Support Evidence Service of Process
Protection Orders Security Deposits Contempt
Case Caption Certificate of Service Scanning Documents
  Signatures  

 

Child Support Worksheet Videos

 

These videos help you use the child support calculation software.

 

1) Get Started

Set up an Account Getting Started Tab

 

2) Info Sections

My Support Tab Children
Wages & Filing Status Deductions
Adjustments for Costs Other Income Sections
Results Spousal Maintenance

 

3) Finish

View & Print Final Overview

 

Legal and Copyright Advisory

  • These videos are for information purposes only and do not constitute legal advice about your case.
  • These videos depict copyrighted software which is being used with permission of the copyright holders.

 

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