Tired of waiting in long lines in the courthouse, waiting to find out if there is a form or process that can help you resolve your legal dispute? Want to find out more about divorce or debt collection before you dive into a lawsuit? Looking into appealing your case?
The LA Law Library eBranch just may be able to save you time, and get you the answers you need.
LA Law Library has launched an innovative, FREE, self-service way for those representing themselves in court, the general public and legal professionals to find information on court procedures and forms, access chapters in law books about specific family law, civil, or criminal law matters or perform more in-depth legal research.
Come visit our self-service eBranch at Pomona Courthouse, 400 Civic Center Plaza, Court Clerk’s Office, Pomona, CA 91766
For directions, please click here to visit the courthouse's website.
The Pomona eBranch is open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
Every Thursday from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. an LA Law librarian will be on hand to help in person
The e-Branch features an information guide to help you get started, video tutorials for on-screen help and live chat to an LA Law Library librarian. Material found on the e-Branch computers can be downloaded or emailed.
Visitors can find information on how to go to court and areas of law, including:
- Abuse & Harassment
- Child Custody and Visitation
- Divorce and Separation
- Name Change
- Problems with Money
These walk-up terminals combine elements to assist self-represented litigants and the general public (Self-Help tab) as well as seasoned professionals ready to go straight into a legal research database (Advanced tab).Last modified on Wednesday, 25 June 2014 09:17