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Resources for Self-Represented Litigants​​​

We’re here to help.  This webpage has information about how to attend your court hearings remotely and additional resources that might be helpful to you.

Self-Represented Litigants Can Attend Court Remotely!

The way you attend court hearings is changing.  Before COVID-19 (coronavirus), you attended your court hearings at the courthouse.  Now, you might be allowed to attend your court hearings remotely using one of the following methods:

    • Telephone
    • Videoconferencing

To see if you can attend your court hearing remotely, contact the court that your case is in by clicking here.  Click on the "Administrators" tab for court telephone and/or e-mail contact information.

* If a remote hearing has been scheduled in your case, but you are unable to attend your hearing by telephone or videoconference, contact the court as soon as possible and let them know.

Resources to Assist with Zoom Videoconferencing

Resources to Assist Self-Represented Litigants During COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Below are resources to help you in various areas of the law.  Simply click on the topic area to find out more.


Resources to Resolve Your Legal Issue Through Alternative Dispute Resolution (Not in Court)


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Watc​h Hearings Online! ​

Do you know of a hearing coming up? Find it online. 


Take the Justice for All Task Force survey about your experiences with the legal system.​

COVID-19 FAQs Answered by Michigan Legal Help

​Court Contact Information​​