ALL Small Claims forms can now be submitted online
From the Attorney General’s press release:
“Now, all small claims up to $25,000 can be filed online through a convenient, around-the-clock service including claims for amounts that are not definite or exact, such as an award for property damage or personal injury.”
“There are two convenient ways to file online:
- ‘Filing Wizard’ can help people representing themselves and who are unfamiliar with the small claims court process. The wizard guides users through the process of creating and submitting small claims court documents and paying fees online.
- ‘Quick File’ allows legal professionals and regular users of small claims court to quickly and easily upload court documents that have already been completed offline.”
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