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LANDLORD/TENANT
If a landlord wants to evict you, a 30-day or 3-day Notice/Letter must be served to you by the landlord or their attorney. This is the first of several steps taken during the eviction process. After the period in the notices has run out, the landlord must still go through the court and give you a 3-Day Summons or an Unlawful Detainer in order to evict you. To appeal the eviction, you must respond to the court within the given time. If you do not respond, or the judgment is in the landlord's favor, you must move. If you do not move, the sheriffs department can forcibly remove you from the premises. If you have landlord/tenant concerns, you may call the following agencies:
 
 
Human Rights/Fair Housing CommissionLandlord/Tenant Info Line) TELEPHONE (916) 444-6903
 
Sacramento Mediation Center 
TELEPHONE (916)  441-7979
 
NOTICE OF EVICTION
Any 3-Day Notice/Letter, a 30-Day Notice/Letter, or a Summons and Unlawful Detainer/Eviction Complaint, should be treated as an emergency and legal assistance obtained immediately.
 

Employment Law Clinic 551-2150
517 12th Street, Sacramento (between E & F)
Thursday evenings, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Call to sign up.
Free legal advice about employment-related problems, including: wage & hour claims, unemployment benefits, job discrimination, wrongful termination, injuries on the job, your legal rights at work. Telephone consultations available for the elderly, disabled, and others unable to attend in person due to work or transportation problems. Call 551-2166.

 

Family Court Services 875-3400
800 9th Street, Main Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Evaluate applications by minors (under age 18) to marry; mediate child custody and visitation disputes; all conferences held in strictest confidence.

 

FindLaw
http://public.findlaw.com/
Online legal directory

 

Judicial Council Forms
http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/forms/
Print out forms for court.

 

Lawyer Referral Service 444-2333
901 H Street, Suite 101, Sacramento, CA 95814
Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Requires 1/2 hour consultation. Fee.

 

Legal Services of N. California 551-2150
www.lsnc.net
515 12th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Free legal service to low-income clients in civil law issues.

Pacific McGeorge School of Law
Community Legal Services (916) 340-6080
Location:  3455 5th Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95817
Hours: Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Assists low-income clients in Sacramento County in the following Clinics:  Bankruptcy, Elder Law, Immigration and Victims of Crime.
 
SACRAMENTO COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION (LAWYER INFO & REFERRAL SERVICE)  TELEPHONE (916) 444-2333

LEGAL CENTER FOR THE ELDERLY AND DISABLED
TELEPHONE (916) 446-4851

LEGAL SERVICES OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
TELEPHONE (916) 444-6760

PROTECTION & ADVOCACY. INC.
TELEPHONE (916) 488-9950

CHARIENE SCHROEDER. J.D.  (916) 443-6871
 Chariene is experienced with and sensitive to the needs of psychiatrically and other disabled clients. A sliding fee scale/monthly payments arranged for lower income clients.
 

 

Sacramento County Public Law Library www.saclaw.lib.ca.us/

 

Self-Help Center
www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp/
To help you find legal assistance, learn about California law, work better with an attorney, and represent yourself in some legal matters; this site does not provide legal advice.

Superior Court of California www.saccourt.com/

 

WEAVE Counseling Center

448-2321www.weaveinc.org/
Various free workshops: Court Preparation Workshop - process for permanent restraining order; Dissolution (Divorce) Workshop - help to complete divorce and legal separation documents; UPS Workshop - custody for Unmarried Parties; Victim Witness Program - help to apply for temporary restraining orders. Call for times and locations of workshops.

 

Voluntary Legal Services Program of Northern California   551-2102www.vlsp.org/services.asp
Inquiries: vlsp@vlsp.org
Provides legal services to eligible low income clients who live in the counties of Sacramento, Yolo, San Joaquin, El Dorado and Placer. VLSP's legal services range from referrals to volunteer attorneys for direct representation to assistance of self-represented parties at our legal clinics. Criminal Records Expungement, Debt Collection Defense and Bankruptcy Law, Driver’s License Reinstatement, Employment Law, Estate Planning, Eviction Defense, Family Law, Government Benefits, Guardianships & Conservatorships, and Probate Law.