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Home » Family Law Facilitator
A group of practitioners and professionals occasionally meets in the courthouse to learn about issues related to family law. All are welcome to these meetings, and meeting notices are posted on the front page of the Court’s website. If you would like to receive email notice of these family law meetings, please provide your email address to email@example.com
Family Law FACILITATOR
FAMILY LAW FACILITATOR
Yolo Superior Court
1000 Main Street, 2nd Floor
Woodland, CA 95695
Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00 AM- 4:00 PM
Phone number: (530) 406-6793
The Family Law Facilitator is available to help parents and all other parties who have questions about parentage, child support, spousal support, and health insurance. The Family Law Facilitator helps people who are self-represented, which means that they are not represented by an attorney. The Family Law Facilitator provides legal information and assistance by explaining court rules and procedures, distributing court forms, and helping parents and parties to complete court forms. The Family Law Facilitator is a neutral person who can can assist both parties in the case.
The Family Law Facilitator can provide information about the availablity of community resources to help children and families.
You may contact the Family Law Facilitator's Office in person, by phone or by mail.
You will not be charged any fees to receive services from the Family Law Facilitator's Office.
Please note the following:
The Family Law Facilitator cannot go with you to your court hearing when you see the judge. The Family Law Facilitator is a licensed attorney but is not your attorney and does not represent any parent or party. There is no attorney-client relationship between you and the Family Law Facilitator. 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.