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June 28 / News

Monterey County Superior Court Reopens King City Courthouse for Court Services

The Monterey County Superior Court announced the reopening of the King City Courthouse at 250 Franciscan Way in King City to provide court services to the public.

The Court has begun providing Self-Help Center (SHC) services to the public on both an appointment and walk-in basis. The new King City SHC office will operate on the second Tuesday of each month from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Starting on July 13, Traffic Court arraignments will also be heard in King City.

For more info, view the press release here.

June 7 / News

Riverside Superior Court Announces Transition to Electronic Filing Services for Civil

The Riverside County Superior Court is pleased to announce that on July 1, 2021, the court will transition to electronic filing (eFiling) for unlimited, limited, complex civil, unlawful detainers and small claims cases.

For more info click here.

May 18 / News

Monterey Division Superior Court – Change to Dept 16 Family Law & Motion Calendar

May 18 / News

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May 12 / News

Setting up Payment Information

Login to your account using the credentials that we have provided for you.

To login, hover over “Client Login” on the Navigation Bar and click on “Orders Login” (outlined below):

Enter in your login information or enter in the credentials that we have provided for you.

Click on the “Pay Invoices” icon (shown below):

This will take you to a new page where you can view data such as Job History, Current Ageing, and Current Active Jobs. As you scroll down to the bottom of the page you will see any outstanding invoices for your account. To add your payment information simply click on “Manage Payment Accounts” (outlined below):

From here you can add a Credit Card or Checking Account (outlined below in blue). You can also delete a payment method. (Note: You cannot delete a payment method until you have added another payment method and set it as the default) If you have multiple payment methods on file, select which one you would like to use. The selected payment method is signified by a checkmark (outlined below in red):

Once your payment information has been added, click “Done” and this will take you back to the page that lists any outstanding invoices for your account.

April 2 / News

San Diego Superior Court Expands Electronic Filing for Civil and Probate Matters

Effective April 15, 2021, the San Diego Superior Court will require that filings submitted by attorneys for represented parties in all Limited and Unlimited Civil or Probate matters be filed electronically.

For more info, click here.

This court will be available on on our eFiling portal when it goes live. For more info on our eFiling services, click here.

March 30 / News

Placer Superior Court Announces Transition to eFiling Services

The Placer County Superior Court is pleased to announce that a transition from the court’s current eDelivery system to the Judicial Branch Statewide eFiling system will occur on March 29, 2021.

Read the News Release here.

March 10 / News

Revised Hours for Monterey County Recorder’s Office

The County Clerk Recorder’s Office hours of operation are Monday – Friday, 8 A.M. – 12 P.M. and 1 P.M. – 5 P.M. Closed for lunch from 12P.M. – 1 P.M. They stop recording & issuing marriage licenses at 4 P.M.

Please see screenshot from the Monterey County Recorder’s Office below:

March 9 / News

Updated Preliminary Change of Ownership Forms

Beginning Monday, Feb 22, 2021, most California counties will no longer accept earlier versions of the Preliminary Change of Ownership form. The updated form should be available from each county’s website.

For more information, click here.

March 9 / News

Law Library’s New Website

The Santa Cruz County Law Library has a new website!

Below are some access points on the site:

Links to current statutes and case law
Forms for recording documents
Links to local court forms
Links to Judicial Council forms
Forms for Affidavits, Powers of Attorney, Advanced Health Directives, Wills
Free database EBSCO
Links to Legal Referral Service of Santa Cruz
Links to other law libraries and legal help websites
Links to local government ordinances
Links to local government offices
Links to local law enforcement
Contact information for Assembly members Mark Stone and Robert Rivas, and Senator John Laird
And much more!

Visit their new website here.

County law libraries are useful to both attorneys and the public as they offer links to local court forms and many other resources.

Visit the Monterey County Law Library here.

To view a list of every public law library in California, click here.