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Yreka, CA 96097
Phone: (530) 842-0197 or 0157
Fax: (530) 842-0198
Email: Facilitator@siskiyou.courts.ca.gov
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FAMILY LAW SELF-HELP CLINICS

 COURT FACILITATOR SELF-HELP CLINICS

The Court Facilitatorís office holds self-help clinics at various times and locations throughout Siskiyou County. These clinics are free of charge.

Locations

YREKA

Family Law Facilitatorís Office

311 Fourth Street (Law Library in basement)

Yreka, CA 96097

 

WEED

Superior Court Weed Branch

550 Main Street

Weed, CA

 

DORRIS

Superior Court Dorris Branch

324 N. Pine Street

Dorris, CA

Clinic Schedules are subject to change. To check the current monthís schedule, see our Self-Help Clinic Schedule page. Clinics are subject to cancellation in unsafe weather or road conditions. Before traveling long distances, please call (530) 842-0157 or (530) 842-0192 on the day of the clinic for last-minute schedule changes. For recorded information regarding our current schedule, please call (530) 842-8380.

What to bring to the Court Facilitator Self-Help Clinic:

         Any court papers regarding your case and any related cases. (For example, you may be involved in both a dissolution of marriage and a separate child support case.) In unlawful detainer cases, please be sure to bring any notices received.

         Name and address of the other party(ies).

         Childrenís birth dates.

         In every dissolution of marriage case, and in any other case in which child support could be an issue, information regarding all of your income for the last 12 months, your three most recent pay stubs, documentation of unemployment, SSI, disability, rental income, etc. If you have self-employment income, a profit and loss statement for the last 12 months. Any information you may have about the other partyís income. Information regarding your monthly expenses.

         In dissolution of marriage cases, a list of all of your assets and debts, whether or not they were acquired during the marriage.

Please do not bring your children to the Family Law Clinic. Much of what is discussed at the Family Law Clinic is not appropriate for your children to hear. We do not have any staff available to care for your children during the Family Law Clinic. We will not assist you if you bring children (anyone under 18) to the clinic. There are free child care vouchers available at the Family Court Services Office.

 

 

 

 








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