What can I do to avoid common mistakes?
  • Double-check your pleadings for completeness and signatures.
  • Double-check your pleadings to insure the case title and case number are on the heading.
  • If you have multiple cases that you want to file a document into, you will need to supply one for each case.  We do not make copies of pleadings to file in each case. It is up to the party to provide one for each case they want the pleading filed in.
  • Include the vital statistic and confidential information sheet when filing new divorce cases.
  • Always have your case number ready when calling for information or when you come into our office to file documents or inquire about your case.

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1. Do you accept debit cards, credit cards or personal checks?
2. What forms do I need for my divorce, probate, or other court case?
3. What forms do we provide?
4. How do I get Letters Testamentary?
5. What is the next step for my divorce or other court matter, or how do I get a court date?
6. How long do I have to serve the other party?
7. How do I evict someone?
8. If someone was arrested overnight or on the weekend, when will they be seen by a Judge?
9. When will I get my bail or bond back?
10. Do I have a warrant?
11. How can I get my Superior Court warrant removed (quashed)?
12. Why do I get two billing statements from your office for my criminal fines / fees?
13. How long before I get a warrant for not paying my criminal fines / fees?
14. Can I speak to the Judge or Commissioner outside the courtroom about my case?
15. How can I get the interest waived on my criminal fines / fees?
16. What do I need to bring to my court hearing?
17. May I fax my documents to you for filing?
18. What can I do to avoid common mistakes?