Is a bank, lender or some other financial company treating you unfairly? You have several options including submitting a complaint to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. If a financial institution has wronged you, then submitting a complaint may be your next step.
Having a hard time figuring out how much to sue for in small claims? In this article, we cover how to calculate how much to sue for in small claims. In general, you can sue for a maximum of $10,000 in California small claims if you are an individual or sole proprietor. If you are suing on behalf of a corporation or LLC, you can sue for a maximum of $5,000.
You were sued by someone in small claims court but, actually, they owe you money. Now what? You can file a lawsuit against the person who initially sued you. This is called a countersuit. Learn how to file a countersuit in California small claims using form SC-120 "Defendant's Claim and Order to Go to Small Claims Court."
If you received a document with the title "Plaintiff's Claim and Order to Go to Small Claims Court" you have been sued in California small claims court. What now? In this article, we review how to prepare for your day in small claims court. Here is an overview: Review the lawsuit you received. You don't have to file any documents to respond to the lawsuit. What are your defenses? Consider a settlement. Consider suing the person who sued you. Prepare your evidence. Prepare for the hearing.
Learn how to sue a company in Orange County small claims court, What to expect during a small claims hearing, small claims court limits.How much you can sue a company for in small claims.
How to sue a company in LA small claims court? Learn about small claims court limits, steps to sue in Los Angeles small claims court. How much going to small claims costs. What to expect during a small claims hearing.
Learn how to sue a company in a California small claims court. Small claims court limits, ow much going to small claims costs in California. The steps to suing in a California small claims court.
If you have filed a case or been sued in a California Small Claims Court and you would like change the date of your hearing, you have to request permission from the court. Here is how you can request that the court change your hearing date.
Are you looking to sue your roommate in a California small claims court? In this article, learn about: Common types of small claims lawsuits between roommates. What to do before suing your roommate in small claims. The maximum amount you can sue your roommate for in small claims court. How much it costs to sue your roommate in small claims. How to file a small claims lawsuit against your roommate. What to expect during a small claims hearing. Mediation as an option of resolving your dispute.
Is an insurance company not reimbursing you for the full amount of your claim? You have several options including submitting a complaint to the California Department of Insurance. Just because an insurance company tells you they won't reimburse you for your costs, doesn't mean that they are legally correct.
Have a Small Claims Court Lawsuit in Sonoma County or thinking of filing one? In this article, learn about: We have summarized how to file a small claims lawsuit in Sonoma County below. Common types of small claims lawsuits What to expect during a small claims hearing. How much going to small claims costs. Fun fact, lawyers are not allowed at the initial small claims hearing!