Learn about which forms you need when filing a small claims lawsuit in California.
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.
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.
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.
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.