Court Operations Restored.
As of June 8, in-person operation in all courts (Supreme, Superior, and Circuit) has returned to normal status. Your court hearing may still be telephonic or by video, so please read any court documents thoroughly. Learn what court-related services are available at:
- Judicial Branch Resumption of Full Operations Resources page
- Emergency Rental Assistance Program FAQs
While all courthouses are fully open to the public, obtaining forms and information on our website is encouraged as is e-filing. For guidance on COVID health regulations adopted by the state, please refer to information from the NH Division of Public Health Services.
Call: For questions related to Superior Court or Circuit Court cases, please call 1-855-212-1234. For questions related to Supreme Court, please contact the clerk’s office at (603) 271-2646.
Updates on current operations: For current updates on each court go to Frequently Asked Questions about New Hampshire Courts Return to Normal Operations.
- Find my Court?
- Find Accessibility Options (ADA)?
- Find Court Rules?
- Find State Laws (RSAs)?
- File for Divorce?
- File for Parenting Rights?
- File a Petition for Waiver of Parental Notification?
- File a Small Claim?
- Request a Transcript?
- Find a Lawyer?
- Find a DWI Impaired Driver Care Management Program?
- Find a Mediator?
- Obtain a Certificate in Good Standing?
- Obtain a Record Check?
- Find Court Job Postings?
- More frequently asked questions »
The NHJB hosted a stakeholder’s virtual town hall meeting on June 10, 2021. Watch the recording here.
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