Marin County Superior Court3501 Civic Center Drive, San Rafael, CA, 94903
San Rafael, CA 94903
3501 Civic Center Drive, San Rafael, CA, 94903
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Marin County Superior Court is located at 3501 Civic Center Drive, San Rafael, CA, 94903. The Court is accessible by public transportation.
The Court hears civil, criminal, and juvenile matters. Marin County Superior Court also has a Family Law Facilitator’s Office and Mediation Services available to assist litigants. The court offers many services online, including e-filing, payment of fees, and accessing court records.
The Marin County Superior Court has jurisdiction over the following types of cases:
– All felony criminal cases
– All civil cases where the amount in controversy is more than $25,000
– All probate matters
– All juvenile matters
The court also hears small claims actions where the amount of money in dispute is $10,000 or less, and Landlord-Tenant cases where the amount of rent owed is $5,000 or less.
The Superior Court of California, County of Marin, serves as the court of general jurisdiction for Marin County. The court has eleven locations throughout the county. The main courthouse is located in San Rafael, with branch courthouses in Novato, Marin City, Point Reyes Station, and Tomales.
If you have any questions, please contact the Marin County Superior Court at (415) 444-7000.
Some of the common types of cases that are filed in Marin County Superior Court include:
– Child custody
– Child support
– Spousal support
– Property division
– Restraining orders
– Small claims
– Landlord tenant disputes
If you have a case that needs to be filed in Marin County Superior Court, you can do so by visiting the court’s website or by going in person to one of the court’s locations. The court’s website offers a number of resources, including a self-help guide, which can help you represent yourself in court. You can also find more information about the court’s rules and procedures there. If you have any further questions, you can contact the court’s staff for assistance.