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Announcement: Tulare County Superior Court Introduces Our Virtual Public Counter -

The Tulare County Superior Court is excited to announce our new service, the Virtual Public Counter.  Accessed via mobile device or computer, our virtual public counter offers real-time, face-to-face interactions with our Superior Court support team, potentially alleviating the need for a physical visit to the court. They assist with a variety of services like court records requests, payments, and self-help.  Due to procedural logistics some services may require an in-person visit.  Click here to try it now.

Forms & Filing

This page contains a list of Common Local Forms. Forms are provided as PDF documents. You can right-click on a document to save to your local computer.

  • Bail Schedule

    The following schedule has been adopted by the judges of the Tulare County Superior Court and shall be used to set bail for all offenses within Tulare County. This schedule shall supersede all prior schedules.

    Amendments Pursuant to Proposition 64

  • Fee Schedule

    You can download a PDF copy of the Superior Court of California, Statewide Civil Fee Schedule.

  • Defendant's Statement of Assets

    Lists and describes a defendant's assets, income, and liabilities for the court to review when ordering payment of restitution to a crime victim in the defendant's case.

  • Judicial Council Forms

    All State Forms can be viewed at the Judicial Council Website.

  • Local Forms, Information and Instructions for Filing

    Local forms listed under this section are available for court users to download and use. Local forms are required in matters of Adoptions, Guardianships, Conservatorship, Family Law, Collections, and other miscellaneous matters. Local forms are also available at the Courthouse

  • Local Rules

    Effective date of the Local Rules of the Tulare County Superior Court will be as follows

    January 1, 2023

  • Request for Electronic Recording

    Electronic recordings of court hearings can be obtained using our Request for Electronic Recording Form.

    Alternatively, you can download and print a hard copy.

  • Standard Orders Attachment

    Form FS-01, posted in accordance with Local Rule 928.

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