Court Forms & Fees

The court system has many free forms for you to use. But, there may not be a form for what you need. Also, there may be a fee to file a form in court. This section give you links to find out about court forms and fees and what to do if you don’t have money to pay a fee. All court forms must be typed or printed neatly in English, in black ink, on 8 ½ x11 inch paper, double spaced, using one side of the paper only. Papers should be stapled together and the original forms should be filed in the court. If you need help finding a form you can use the court locator box to call a court or visit a Court Help Center.

Fee Waivers
Information for people who can’t afford to pay court costs.

Filing Fees
Check here to see if there is a fee for filing papers in the court. Use the court locator box to find out how and where to pay the fee. Not every court takes credit cards.

DIY Form Programs
See if there is a DIY Form program to help you make the court papers you need. DIY Form programs are easy to use and free.

Look for the form you need for your case.

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