All California superior courts have legal help available to people who do not have lawyers and are representing themselves. The following list provides links to self help resources from the local Superior Courts and the California State Court.
National Center for State Courts, Court Technology Bulletin, Self-Help Information by the Courts in 2021 (Dec. 16, 2021) -- A list compiled in mid-December 2021 of multiple state court self-help resources
Public Law Libraries provide provide access to legal information and research services to the members of the local community.
The California county law libraries have an excellent website that provides a searchable list of law libraries organized by county. The website also provides helpful content and useful links. A mini legal research course teaches about the legal research process, with guidance on where to start and what resources to check. Legal Links are divided into categories including California and federal research, local links for questions involving a city or county, legal directories for searching for an attorey, and court forms and court rules. Finally if you click on "Ask Now" you may ask questions online and get real-time answers from live law librarians throughout California, Monday - Friday.
Local public law libraries also provide a variety of legal research resources and are staffed by reference librarians who can provide reference assistance. The libraries may also hold classes and workshops that may provide you with information about resolving your legal issue. Additionally, each library's website contains helpful information regarding library services, legal research, and links to legal resources. Check the library's website to get a description of what services the library provides and days and hours.