Pierce County Small Claims Court
Filing, procedures, judgement collections and resources.
Utilizing this web site for something other than small claims courtroom procedures, submitting the small claims case, receiving information and facts to do with debt collection and collection companies to collect on your judgement, looking for and communicating with an attorney/lawyer for your trial(s), or for the express purpose of getting information on the small claims procedure is strictly forbidden!
Before submitting a case with the court you are encouraged to reach out to a suitable debt collection agency that represents Pierce County. There's a likely chance that your debt will be recovered on your behalf before you have to resort to filing a case. You should use the resources on this site to get hold of a dependable debt collection company to collect for you. If you are thinking of taking your trial to court and will want to settle quickly then you may also wish to consider this alternative solution. In the improbable event that a collection agency is ineffective to collect, then please continue to file your case with the court. Our docket que is now at over six (6) months waiting to be seen in trial. Please be diligent.
Small claims cases usually do not require a legal practitioner. If you think that your matter is unique or you don't feel confident with representing your facts in front of a judge you may seek councel assistance. You should be very well prepared for your trial in court. This court will hear your trial only once to make it's final decision. Be sure to have all of your papers ready and any testimonies or witnesses you have are available for your trial to expedite the process.
If you have submitted a case and more than six (6) months has passed, please review the official small claims docket section for Pierce County. You may have not been given notification in the mail so you need to watch this page to be certain that you do not miss any deadlines or trial dates.
Small claims courts give a forum for individuals or companies to seek damages that they are entitled from an additional individual or business. Claims should usually come under a particular amount of money, such as $5,000. Several reasons why a... Read More
Mediation is actually a conversation in between two parties who are getting a dispute. Mediators are staffs from the court who listen to the cases of men and women to determine the dispute. A lot of people can not be capable of settle dispute among... Read More
Most Pierce County Superior court cases can take 1-2 years prior to they are resolved. The operation is costly and in our opinion, with no attorney representing your lawful curiosity, you have little chance of winning your case. However, Small... Read More
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