You do not need an attorney to file in Small Claims Court. You can file by simply going to the clerk of the nearest justice or circuit court in your county. The clerk of the court will help you fill out an affidavit which lists the name and address of the person you are suing, how much you are claiming, and a brief explanation of why the landlord owes you money. When you sue, you are the plaintiff in the case.
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