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State Judicial Council
Judicial Council forms can be used in every Superior Court in California. You will need to use these forms when you file your case.
Statewide approved forms are available for Adoptions, Appellate, Civil, Conservatorships, Criminal, Guardianships, Family Law, Juvenile, Name Change, Probate, Small Claims, and Traffic.
(When you click this link, you will be taken to the California Courts website)
In addition to forms approved by the State Judicial Council, the Superior Court of Los Angeles has approved a variety of local forms that you may need to use as your case continues.