Need information about York County Courts?
York County Court Self-Help Center is a resource for individuals who
intend to represent themselves in civil litigation. The Center provides
assistance and information on legal procedure and issues. No one in the Court Self-Help Center is allowed to give legal advice.
Self-Help Center is on the first floor of the York County Judicial
Center, 45 North George Street in York City. Note: Cell phones are not
permitted in the Judicial Center. It is located directly to the left
after passing through security at the main doors.
The York County Self-Help Center was established and is operated and funded by the Administrative Office of York County Courts (AOYCC). The York County Bar Foundation and State Justice Institute provided $10,000 matching grant funds for the establishment of the Self-Help Center.
yourself in Court is difficult and a challenging process. It is
strongly suggested that you consult an attorney. Contact the YCBA
Attorney Connection hotline at (717) 854-8755 to schedule an initial
consultation with an attorney.