Representing Yourself in Small Claims Court

We get a lot of questions about cases in Small Claims Court or Justice of the Peace Court. Sometimes we can represent clients in these situations, but many times we have to tell them they can represent themselves without a lawyer.

The Dallas County court system has a good page with links to various resources designed to help consumers represent themselves. Take a look:

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Small Claims – How to Start
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The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
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Fees for Small Claims – Effective 09-01-2017
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Small Claims Petition for Filing – Effective 10-01-2015
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Notice of New Discovery Rules – Effective 09-01-2013
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Requesting a Continuance
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Appeal Rules
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FORMS

Civil Case Information Filing Sheet
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Affidavit of Military Status of Defendant(s)
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Defendant’s Original Answer Form
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Jury Demand Form
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Appeal Bond Form
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Oath of Surety Form
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Request for Process Form
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