California Small Claims FAQs

Small claims court allows you to sue a person, business, or government agency that you think owes you money. Generally, you can only sue for up to $10,000 in small claims court (or up to $5,000 if you’re a business) or more than $10,000 if you are suing a tenant for COVID-19 rental debt.

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San Diego Superior Court Family Law Division E-Filing Exemption List

As of May 26th, 2020, the San Diego Superior Court began accepting e-Filings for Family Law matters. Attorneys and the public can now e-file documents with the Court without physically coming into the courthouse, except for the following. Family Law E-Filing Exception List Application and Order for Publication/Posting Domestic Violence Paperwork (Initial and Subsequent Filings) […]

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Hearing Dates (Motion Spindling) in Cook County

These instructions guide filers on how request a hearing date (Motion Spindling) in the Cook County, Illinois Courts once the filing is pending. It should be noted that even if a filer completes these steps accurately, Cook County’s system MAY NOT RETURN ANY DATES.

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