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02/17/17 Attention Self-Represented Filers
E-Filing Coming to Estates! 1. New estates must be e-Filed starting on May 23 (Brentwood, Concord, Dover and Laconia); New estates must be e-Filed starting on June 14 (Haverhill, Keene, Lancaster, Nashua, Newport and Ossipee). Click here for a listing of Estate/E-Filing Training Opportunities for Self-Represented Filers and Non-Attorneys.
2. Did you know? In TurboCourt you have the ability to copy a filing, make changes and re-submit it by clicking the ‘Copy for New Form Set’ option. Questions: Call 1-855-212-1234 for assistance.

02/17/17 Attention Lawyers, Law Firms and DHHS Filers
E-Filing Coming to Estates!1. New estates must be e-Filed starting on May 23 (Brentwood, Concord, Dover and Laconia); New estates must be e-Filed starting on June 14 (Haverhill, Keene, Lancaster, Nashua, Newport and Ossipee). Click here for a listing of Estate/E-Filing Training Opportunities for Lawyers/ Law Firms/ DHHS filers.
2. Already e-Filing?  Build your skills and confidence.  The NHJB hosts ongoing Demonstration / e-Filing Tip Sessions at the NH Bar Center (3rd Floor) from 1 – 3.  The next session is March 21.  If you plan to attend, please email Kim at KBrackett@courts.state.nh.us

02/15/17 All E-Filers:
1. 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.

 

What You Need to Know Before e-Filing

This Electronic Services page is your electronic entrance to the Judicial Branch. As we develop electronic services to replace paper processes, those services will be accessed from this page.

 

File, Respond, Manage Your Case
  • Click either link below to e-file a small claim or guardianship case
  • Attorneys »
  • Electronic Filing Locations:

e-Filing is required for small claims cases in all Circuit Court District Division locations.
e-Filing is required for guardianship cases in all Circuit Court Family Division locations.
e-Filing is required for guardianship cases in all Circuit Court Probate Division locations.

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