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The directory allows you to search by practice area, name, and location.
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The purpose of this guide is to provide general information about Colorado small claims courts, general guidance, resources, and links to court forms.
Small claims courts, procedures for filing, serving participants in a case, and bringing a case in front of a small claims judge are all governed by Colorado statutes (laws) and the Colorado Rules for Small Claims Court.
The Colorado Revised Statutes may be accessed online by clicking here or by searching for 'Colorado Revised Statutes' in Google or another Internet search engine.
A helpful resource that provides guidance and forms related to small claims actions in Colorado is the Colorado Judicial Branch's Small Claims Forms page.
This page includes links to rules, forms, and the Small Claims Handbook. For those new to small claims, the Small Claims Handbook is an great place to start.
The guide identifies key areas and related resources and includes both print and free online resources.
Please remember that this guide is not an exhaustive list of materials or resources.
Google provides an easy to use search engine for finding information on the Internet. For example, you could search for "Small Claims" and Colorado to pull up some of the resources that are listed elsewhere in this guide. When using Google, or any other search engine, it is important to remember that you will find both reliable and unreliable sources of information.
The following questions will help you evaluate the reliability of information you find online.