- Self-Represented Litigant
Any court process can be difficult to navigate, especially if you do not have an attorney to help. A wide range of resources is available to assist self-represented litigants. Visit Resources for Self-Represented Litigants for quick access to up-to-date information and news.
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:
- What to expect at a virtual hearing
- What is a virtual hearing?
- How do I know if I have a virtual hearing?
- What if I don’t have access to the internet or a phone?
- How should I prepare for a virtual hearing?
- Zoom features that may be used in your hearing
- What is a virtual hearing like?
- Things to remember and tips for a successful virtual hearing
- Frequently Asked Question for Self-Represented Litigants Attending Court Remotely (May 1) (PDF)
Michigan Legal Help
Do you want to start a court case or maybe find the forms and information for filing a motion? Visit the Michigan Legal Help website.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted most court operations. Michigan Legal Help and One Court of Justice have published some of the frequently asked questions regarding how court cases are being affected.
- How will the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Emergency Affect My Legal Problem?: Michigan Legal Help FAQs
- Judicial Branch Response to COVID-19: FAQs and other news from One Court of Justice