- Debt and debt collections
- Consumer rights
- Credit and credit reports
- Foreclosures and
- Storage units
You may also qualify for free or lower cost legal help.
- consumer rights
- credit and credit reports
- debt and debt collections
- foreclosures and
- storage units
You can also see whether you qualify for free or reduced fee legal help.
If you have a dispute with a business, you may want to contact the Attorney General's Office. You can contact the Consumer Protection Unit for more information about your rights.
If you have a legal dispute with someone who sold you something you may want to file a small claims case. Small claims court may not make sense if you are asking for more than $5,000.
Small Claims Court handles cases involving claims of $5000 or less. This site offers information about how to sue in small claims court, what to do if you are sued, how to prepare for a hearing, what to do in a hearing, how to appeal a small claims judgment, and how to collect a judgment if you do win your case in small claims court.