Small Claims Court for the Pro Se Litigant
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If you have a civil legal dispute to pursue, take these seven steps and you will be well on your way to resolution:
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Lawsuit Analyzer determines gross, recoverable, and net damages so you can decide if it is financially worth it to pursue your case. https://LawsuitAnalysis.com/help/calculate-damages-in-a-lawsuit? describes the process.
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Lawsuit Analyzer determines whether Small Claims court is available to you by matching up your damages with the Small Claims Court in your state. https://lawsuitanalysis.com/help/how-to-successfully-sue-someone-in-small-claims-court/
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It is a risky venture for a pro se litigant to access the superior courts. This resource will help you move in another direction or enter at your own risk with tools to guide you through. https://lawsuitanalysis.com/help/how-to-sue-someone-in-superior-court/
Is Pro Se representation for you? How do you sue someone when you’re not an attorney? How do you undertake the legal analysis required to evaluate your case? Can you take your dispute to Small Claims Court? What is alternative dispute resolution? Would the mediation process work for your dispute? We have 5 steps to put you in the driver’s seat:
We’ll give you 5 steps to give you the tools to answer these questions and represent yourself:/