Do I Need a Sacramento Small Claims Paralegal?
Small claims court is appropriate when the amount you are suing another party for is $10,000 or less. In Sacramento, small claims cases are heard and decided at the Carol Miller Justice Center located off Bicentennial Circle. An individual is only allowed to file up to two small claims cases involving more than $2,500. There is no limit if the amount is less than $2,500. You cannot be represented by an attorney in Sacramento small claims court. A Sacramento small claims paralegal can help you build your case and completed the required legal documents for filing.
If you do not know the law surrounding your claim for damages, it is wise to seek legal assistance. Our small claims paralegals work under the supervision and direction of a lawyer licensed to practice law in California.
What Can a Small Claims Paralegal in Sacramento Help Me With?
If you think someone owes you money and you have decided to take the matter before the Sacramento small claims court judge, you will likely have questions and may even need help putting your case together with the applicable laws. You may even want help creating a strategy and legal arguments to use in court. If our paralegal cannot assist with a certain aspect such as giving legal advice, our supervising attorney can.
Our Small Claim Paralegal Can Help With:
- Completing Small Claims Documents
- Researching Applicable Law
- Landlord Tenant Disputes
- Unlawful Detainers
- Business Disputes
- Recovering Money Owed to You
Contact Our Sacramento Small Claims Paralegal
Sacramento Paralegal Services is here to help you file your small claim in Sacramento. We know the matter is worthy of attention because you are deciding to take legal action. We can help you prepare your case for small claims court. If you have a dispute involving less than $10,000, call our Sacramento small claims paralegal at 916-542-0102 or make an appointment online.