On this website you can file for unemployment claims, estimate your unemployment benefits, reactivate or delete an existing claim and more.
The ODR exists to establish and make available conflict resolution programs and services within the Colorado Judicial Branch.
An introduction for people who are appearing in court without an attorney.
Call in (look at link for schedule) for information about legal and other problems.
Links to organizations and information to help you understand how to file a claim, how to register for extended benefits (if available) and many other resources for workers and for those who are unemployed.
Provides an overview of Colorado's state courts and the justice system in order to help you better understand how the courts function and what rights you have in the courts.
Records of the court available on the Internet.
Looking for legal information only? Select a topic, subtopic, or use the "search" field. Then click on Self Help Legal Info, left column on the page for information.
Go to applyonlinecls.org. NOTE! Completed an online application, and calling a CLS office? Let them know. Legal issue has an upcoming deadline? Call instead! Click here for numbers.
Click here to see whether you might be eligible for CLS services. Questions about your eligibility? Click here to call your local CLS office.
CLS has thirteen offices around CO to help. Click here for our office listing to find the office near you.
CLS has a library of court forms (click here) and letters to help you . Also visit the state court website (click here) for their list of downloadable forms.
Colorado Bar Association, Metro Volunteer Lawyers, Pro Bono Net