Are you representing yourself in your court case? Feel “alone” in the justice system? Questions about court procedures?
Self Represented Litigant Coordinators provide services to self-represented parties, such as procedural information, locating and completing forms, providing references to community resources, and alerting parties to their options to try to resolve disputes outside the courtroom through mediation or other forms of alternative dispute resolution.
The Self Help Center is located in Room S101 of the El Paso County Combined Courts Clerk’s Office (270 S. Tejon St., Colorado Springs, CO 80903). TESSA offers advocacy assistance for protection orders in the Clerk’s Office as well. For additional information about TESSA please visit their website.
The Self Help Center can assist in the following ways:
- Direct clients to paperwork available for use by pro se parties.
- Direct clients to community resources.
- Help improve the efficiency of the judicial system by properly directing pro se parties.
- Help improve the experience of clients who are navigating the legal system on their own.
- Assist in explaining and breaking down legal terms/jargon, etc.
The Self Help Center cannot assist with:
- Providing legal advice.
- Acting as attorneys.
- Filling out forms for clients or tell clients what exactly to write on the forms.
Visit the Self Help Center:
El Paso County Judicial Building
270 S. Tejon, Room 101
Colorado, Springs, CO 80903
Phone: (719) 452-5555/5556
Disclaimer: The Lawyer Referral Service connects potential clients to qualified attorneys, but does not itself provide legal advice or services. Only the attorneys themselves can do that. Further, there is no guarantee that any attorney will take any particular case. Attorneys will decide for themselves whether to take a case and thereby enter into an attorney-client relationship. Do not disclose any confidential or sensitive information in this form. Rather, please provide general information about what happened so that LRS can identify attorneys who may be able to assist you. Until an attorney has actually taken your case, you are expected to meet all deadlines, attend all proceedings, and do anything else necessary under the applicable rules.
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