Colorado

Eviction

Self Help Legal Info

  • Eviction - Nonpayment of Rent, Private Housing

    Presenting a defense and following the court process all the way through is the only way you can seek to keep your housing if your landlord is unwilling to agree to allow you to remain. In addition, even if you are unsuccessful defending the eviction action, presenting a defense and following through with the court process may have the added benefit of allowing you to remain in your property for a longer period. Read More

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    Colorado Legal Services
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    Spanish / Español
  • Questions and Answers about Eviction

    This resource has the following information: definition of an eviction; when a landlord can evict you; the eviction procedure; what your legal defenses may be and links to other helpful information on the web. Read More

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    Colorado Legal Services
  • Request that the Court Waive Your Filing Fees

    You can use this online court form preparation program to complete the forms needed to request that the court waive your filing fees. Content Detail

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    Colorado Legal Services
  • Landlord/Tenant Information

    You have to scroll down on this website to find the eviction information. Content Detail

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    Office of the Sheriff, Eagle County
  • Can a Landlord Take a Tenant's Property?

    Information about landlord liens against tenant's personal property. Read More

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    Colorado Legal Services
  • Information on Evictions/Writs of Restitution

    This site provides general guidelines to questions related to the Boulder County Sheriff's Office policy and procedure for executing Writs of Execution (Evictions). Content Detail

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    Boulder County Sheriff's Office
  • Rights as a Tenant After Job Ends with Landlord

    This information will help you figure out what to do if you receive your housing as partial compensation for your job, but then your job ends. Read More

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    Colorado Legal Services
  • A Chance to Talk with an Attorney

    Volunteer attorneys will provide their time for a 15 minute private consultation about such matters as divorce, custody, renter's rights, etc. To facilitate this service please bring all necessary documentation related to your case, such as; leases, contracts, court papers, etc. A small donation is requested for this service but no one will be denied services for lack of ability to pay. Read More

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    Alpine Legal Services
  • Free Legal Information from LawLine9

    This program is designed to provide information on options, legal information and suggestions where the individual may go for legal assistance. They are designed to aid understanding of legal issues and not designed to provide specific legal advice for individual circumstances. Content Detail

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    Denver Bar Association
  • Landlords and Lockouts

    What is a lockout and can a landlord lock you out of your rental unit? What can you do if you have been locked out? Can you break the locks if you have been locked out? This resource answers those questions plus includes links to more information. Read More

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    Colorado Legal Services
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    Spanish / Español
  • Office of Dispute Resolution

    If you have a legal dispute, the Office of Dispute Resolution (ODR) may be able to help. This link will take you to their homepage. The ODR exists to establish and make available dispute resolution programs and services within the Colorado Judicial Branch. Content Detail

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    Colorado Judicial Branch
  • Talk with a Lawyer on Law Line 9

    An advice line providing brief direction on legal problems. Read More

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    Channel 9 News in Denver, Colorado