I Would Like To:
- File a Small Claims
- Answer a Small Claims
- Mediate a Small Claims
- File a Civil Action
- Answer a Civil Action
- Find a Licensed Process Server
- Appeal Information
- Evict a Tenant
- Respond to an Eviction Notice
- Stalking & Harassment Order
- Civil - General Use Forms
- Civil - Civil Action Forms
- Civil - Evictions
- Civil - Small Claims
- Civil - Stalking and Harassment
- Record Fees
- Small Claims Fees
- Civil Action Fees
- Civil Other Fees
- Eviction Fees
- Stalking and Harassment Fees
The Civil Division is divided into four (4) areas; Small Claims and Civil Actions, Evictions and Stalking and Harassment.
Small Claims actions have a monetary limit of $10,000.00 and are conducted more informally, generally, without attorneys present.Civil actions have a monetary limit of $15,000.00.
Evictions deal with landlord-tenant disputes.
Stalking and harassing orders are available for cases that do not involve domestic or intimate relationships (e.g., sons, daughters, husbands, wives, boyfriend or girlfriend).
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