Annie Tyler, Notary Public

A Mobile Notary Public Serving San Jose, CA

Self-Help in Santa Clara County Court

Old Santa Clara County Superior Court building
Old Santa Clara County Superior Court, 161 North First Street, San Jose, CA

Santa Clara County Courts Have Services and Staff to Help You Represent Yourself in Court

The Santa Clara County Superior Court provides very complete online explanations for people who would like to handle their own cases.

The Santa Clara Court family law facilitators and small claims court advisors help people who are handling their own cases. They can advise you on the proper documents and procedure, but cannot offer personal legal advice, as one would receive from an attorney.

Annie Tyler, Notary Public Will Notarize Your Documents

When you need forms or documents to be notarized, contact Annie Tyler, Notary Public, who can come to your residence or other location to do necessary notarizations of forms or documents. Locations include Santa Teresa, Silver Creek, Blossom Valley, Evergreen Valley, and South Valley.
  • Family (Divorce, Custody, etc.)
  • Landlord/Tenant
  • Children/Juveniles
  • Probate
  • Restraining Orders
  • Small Claims
  • Traffic
  • Criminal

How to Represent Yourself in Court

The California Courts website provides information "about how the court system works, what types of cases California courts deal with, and what kinds of services your courthouse has available to help you. You can also find helpful information on how to represent yourself in court and how to use court forms."

How Courts Work

Learn about the different types of courts that exist in California and understand what types of cases each courts handle. Also learn how these courts work and how they handle cases.

Types of Cases

Find out about the different types of legal cases that exist and what are the general requirements for each type of case.

Services at Your Court

Learn about all the services your courthouse provides, including services in and out of the courtroom and services to help court users who are representing themselves.

Representing Yourself

Find information, tips and resources to help you represent yourself in court, without a lawyer. Also find out the risks of representing yourself and when it may be a good idea to get a lawyer.

Basics of Court Forms

Understand how court forms work, where to find them, and get tips on how to prepare your forms so that they will be accepted by your court.

Annie Tyler, Notary Public

Mobile Notary Service throughout San Jose CA including the areas of Almaden Lake Park,Santa Teresa, Silver Creek, Evergreen Valley, Basking Ridge, Almaden Valley, and Blossom Valley.

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Self Help in Santa Clara County Courts