Who can file a small claims case?

Any person(s) 18 years or older or any individual(s) doing business as a company may file a small claims case. A parent or guardian may file on behalf of a minor child. Each person who is a party to the claim must appear at the Clerk’s office to sign the necessary paperwork in the presence of a deputy clerk, or the signatures must be notarized.

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1. What is a small claims case?
2. Do I need a lawyer?
3. Who can file a small claims case?
4. What does it cost to file a small claims case?
5. What information do I need to file a small claims case?
6. Are there other requirements?
7. What happens after I file my small claims case?
8. Why use mediation?
9. Can I have a jury trial on my small claims case?
10. What happens to my case if a settlement is reached?
11. How can I collect my judgment?
12. Can I file a lien against the defendant's property?