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Attorneys - Circuit Court

e-File

E-File Here (File Into Your Case)

(Click here to enter the e-Filing application)

Case Access

Case Access Here (View only)

(Click here only after you have electronically filed by using the E-file Here link)

Information and Resources for SPECIFIC Electronic Case Types

Civil Complaint and Other Civil Cases

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

CONFIDENTIALITY ISSUES

OTHER INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION

FILING FEES

FORMS

For more information, see the civil pages on the judicial branch website for the district division:

Guardianship Cases

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

CONFIDENTIALITY ISSUES

OTHER INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION

FILING FEES

FORMS

For more information, see the guardianship pages on the judicial branch website for the family and probate divisions:

Name Change Cases

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

CONFIDENTIALITY ISSUES

OTHER INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION

FILING FEES

FORMS

For more information, see the name pages on the judicial branch website for the probate division:

Small Claims Cases

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

CONFIDENTIALITY ISSUES

OTHER INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION

FILING FEES

FORMS

See the small claims page on the judicial branch website for more information about small claims cases

Wills and Estate Cases

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

CONFIDENTIALITY ISSUES

OTHER INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION

Pamphlets

Checklists

FILING FEES

FORMS

See the estates page on the judicial branch website for more information about estates

News / Updates

Probate Estate Publication Fee Increase: For estates requiring a publication fee, the fee will increase to $55 starting on December 28, 2021. This fee will be charged through the electronic filing process.

Case Access Portal is Here! -- You may now view your electronically filed cases from home or from your office.  For information and instructions on how to register for Case Access Portal, click here: https://odypa.nhecourt.us/portal.

Proposed Trial Exhibits – Please do not electronically file proposed trial exhibits. Instead, file and exchange these in paper as you would have before electronic filing.