Can I get a fee waiver for divorce in California? The state of California allows couples who can’t afford to pay the court filing fee to ask for a waiver. There are three ways to qualify: You are receiving public benefits such as General Assistance, Medi-Cal, Food Stamps (CalFresh), Cal-Works, SSI, SSP, Tribal TANF, IHHS or CAPI.
What is California fee waiver? The California Promise Grant, formerly Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGW), waives the enrollment fees and tuition for eligible California residents attending California Community College. The CCPG Fee Waiver will waive your per-unit enrollment fee for the entire academic year if you apply and qualify.
How do I ask for a fee waiver? When negotiating a fee waiver, it’s important to be specific and straightforward. Call the bank, mention the fee you incurred and say you would like to have it waived by the bank. If the bank isn’t immediately open to helping you, try to show you’re a valuable customer.
How can I get out of paying court costs? Ask your lawyer about getting any court fees waived (set aside or forgiven). If you do not have a lawyer, you can still call the local legal aid office to see if they can help you get any court fees waived or you can ask the judge to waive some or all of the court fees by filling out a form called a fee waiver request.