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Work at the Clerk’s Self Help Center

The Self Help Center attorneys assist pro se litigants with court approved forms and provide procedural information for specific areas of law.  

Orange County Clerk’s Self Help Center

Assist pro se litigants with court approved forms and provide procedural information for family law, landlord/tenant law, and small claims matters. Attorneys can sign up to work as few as one shift per month and are paid $100 per half day shift or $200 per full day shift. The Self Help Center is open at the downtown location on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8:00 am-4:00 pm and in Apopka on Tuesdays from 8:00 am-4:00 pm. Click here to see frequently asked questions about working at the Self Help Center.

Seminole County Clerk’s Self Help Center

Assist pro se litigants with court approved forms and provide procedural information for family law, landlord/tenant law, small claims matters, and probate. Attorneys can sign up to work as few as one shift per month and are paid $100 per half day shift or $200 per full day shift. The Self Help Center is open on Wednesdays from 8:00 am-4:00 pm. Click here to see frequently asked questions about working at the Self Help Center.

If you are interested in helping provide access to justice through either of these valuable programs, please submit the application document and the appropriate Agreement for Attorney Contract Services below to Kelsey Martin at kelseym@ocbanet.org.

Clerk Self Help Center Application

Orange County Agreement for Attorney Contract Services

Seminole County Agreement for Attorney Contract Services

 

 

 

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