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Small Claims Court.com is a self-help site that offers information to help consumers become educated about their small claims court rights. All information contained herein is designed specifically for consumers who through their own efforts wish to better understand the small claims court and to learn how to file or defend a small claims court case.

The information, rules, procedures, policies listed on this site provide a general insight into the small claims process and any forms provided herein are also copies of typical forms used in court proceedings and should not be used in place of locally approved and/or required court forms. Always check with the local court to confirm you have the proper forms and are using proper filing and notification procedures.

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Although the information on the web site is totally FREE and explains how most small claims courts work, each State and even some counties have their own unique procedures. Always ask the court clerk, for specific instructions relevant in the district court nearest you. While we have made every attempt to ensure the information contained in this web site is accurate and from reliable sources, we are not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of this information.