To access free interactive interviews that create court forms and legal documents to assist self-represented individuals. The interactive interviews ask a series of questions to complete a legal form or court approved document. The interactive interview also provides helpful information and instructions for next steps
For your convenience, you can download the forms, fill them out on your computer and print them. To view these forms, you need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is free.
The Adobe Acrobat PDF files for District Court civil forms display properly in Acrobat 3.0 and 4.0. However, if you use Acrobat 5.x, you may find that the pull-down options for court divisions display incorrect choices. Please continue to fill out the rest of the form on your computer. Then print the form and complete the remaining portions either in writing or on a typewriter. We apologize for any inconvenience.
In accordance with state and federal disability laws, if you require an accommodation for a disability, when working with a court program, service, or activity please contact the appropriate Disability Accommodations Coordinator at least ten (10) working days before your proceeding, hearing or appointment date.
NOTE: court filing fees in certain non-criminal matters may be waived for those who meet designated financial criteria.