Learn about what to do if you are sued in California small claims court, the steps you should take, and how to prepare for the hearing.
If you have been sued in California small claims, you can also consider suing the person who sued you (known as a countersuit) by filing form SC 120.
If you have filed a case in any California Small Claims Court but changed your address, you must notify the court of your address change using form MC-040.
In this article, we cover how to qualify for a fee waiver, how to complete the FW-001 Waiver, and what we have learned by helping individuals prepare the request to waive court fees.
Learn about which forms you need when filing a small claims lawsuit in California.