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SCAM ALERT

The Court is aware that a scammer is spoofing the court's telephone number and calling people claiming they are a Deputy from the US District Court. The recipients of the phone calls are told that they did not respond to a subpoena, and they need to post a bond or turn themselves into the Tahoe City Courthouse.  These calls are NOT affiliated with the court.

COVID-19 Update:

Pursuant to Executive Order 205, appropriate face coverings are strongly recommended at the Nevada City and Truckee Courthouses. View updates related to COVID-19.

Alert:

Do not visit any Nevada County Courthouse if you have recently tested positive for COVID-19; have had direct exposure to someone known to have COVID-19; or if you have symptoms consistent with COVID-19, such as fever, cough, headache or shortness of breath. Instead, contact your attorney or call the court at (530) 362-4309 to arrange an alternative.

Family Law Facilitator

Family Law Facilitator Office

The office of the Family Law Facilitator assists self-represented parties with child support, spousal support and health insurance issues.

The staff provides legal information and education to help parties complete their paperwork and represent themselves in their cases.

It is important to note that the staff cannot and will not give legal advice nor will they represent a party in a case or at a hearing. There is no confidentiality or attorney-client relationship created between the office and a party.

Family Law Facilitator Info

  • The Family Law Facilitator IS NOT YOUR LAWYER, but is a neutral person who does not represent any parent or party. There is no attorney-client relationship between you and the Family Law Facilitator.
  • The Family Law Facilitator may provide information and services to the other party in your case.
  • Communications between you and the Family Law Facilitator are not confidential. You should consult with your own attorney if you want personalized advice or strategy, to have a confidential conversation, or to be represented by an attorney in court.
  • The Family Law Facilitator is not responsible for the outcome of your case.

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