Alpine County Self Help Center

14777 State Route 89
Markleeville, CA - 96120
Phone Number: (530) 694-2113




The Court provides free legal assistance to eligible consumers representing themselves in civil cases. While we will not represent you, we can help you to process your own case. We don’t give legal advice, but we can help fill out forms and translate “legalese” in the following areas:

    -Family Law
    -Evictions
    -Dissolution of Marriage
    -Small Claims Actions
    -Debt Collection
    -Parentage Actions
    -Child Support, Custody, Visitation
    -Guardianship
    -Domestic Violence Prevention
    -Other civil matters

Free Legal Aid is provided at the Courthouse in Markleeville on the third Thursday of each month. Please call the Court to confirm.



Mission Statement: It is the mission of this Court to resolve disputes arising under the law in a fair, accessible, effective, and efficient manner; and to interpret and apply the law consistently, impartially, and independently to protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitutions of California and the United States of America.

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2020-05-28 13:13:51

Lookimg for some legal assistance for an uncontested divorce or dissalugment ? I have located my ex and he is willing to sign documents, just need help to prepare and file, no property or assets to split, no children.... pretty straight forward divorce so I can put this behind me finally

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