The self-help page on the Judicial Council of California website has a wealth of information regarding a variety of legal issues. Some of the information includes:
- California Taxes
- Debt Problems/Bankruptcy
- Disabilities and Access
- Employment Discrimination
- Families & Children
- Guide for Landlords
- Guide for Tenants
- Handbook for Conservators
- How to Change Your Name
- Individual & Civil Rights
- JCC Emancipation
- Jury Service
- Free & Low-Cost Legal Help
- Native American Issues
- Protection from Abuse
- Public Benefits & Health
- Small Claims
- Victim Assistance
- Wills, Probate, Trusts and Estates
- You don't have to sue
Merced County Court's Self-Help Center
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Please visit the Online Form Preparation page for help with filling out forms and filing online.
Central California Legal Services is a non-profit law firm. We provide free legal assistance to low income familes and individuals in the following counties: Fresno, Kings, Mariposa, Merced, Tulare, and Tuolumne.
The Merced County Law Libary is open to the public. This handy local resource has both book-based and internet-based legal information.
Nolo Press is the nation's leading publisher of self-help legal books. Their web site offers a wide-ranging catalog of books, software and other resources that can help you understand legal issues.
Merced County's web site has links to the county's numerous agencies and resources.
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California Courts Self help video