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Electronic Case Filing (e-Filing)

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First step to E-filing:You will receive important case related emails from either NHCourtsNo-Reply@turbocourt.com or NHCourtsNo-Reply@tylerhost.net. Be sure to add BOTH to your address book and to your approved email list. Go here for more information on receiving emails.


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.

E-File
Information and Resources for SPECIFIC Electronic Case Types
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
CONFIDENTIALITY ISSUES OTHER INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION
Guardianship of Minors Guardianship of Incapacitated Persons For Minors and Incapacitated Persons Cases FILING FEES FORMS
  • Guardianship e-Filing Forms Helpful Tip: Do NOT start here.  Many forms will be completed for you using the answers you enter in TurboCourt (the e-Filing pathway for self-represented parties). Use this link to fill out a form only if TurboCourt does not generate the form for you.
VIDEOS
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
CONFIDENTIALITY ISSUES OTHER INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION
Primarily for the Plaintiff Primarily for the Defendant For Plaintiffs and Defendants and Other Parties FORMS
  • Small Claims e-Filing forms Helpful Tip: Do NOT start here.  Many forms will be completed for you using the answers you enter in TurboCourt (the e-Filing pathway for self-represented parties). Use this link to fill out a form only if TurboCourt does not generate the form for you.
VIDEOS

NOTE: See the small claims page on the judicial branch website for more information about small claims cases: http://www.courts.state.nh.us/district/eclaims/index.htm

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
CONFIDENTIALITY ISSUES OTHER INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION Overviews Pamphlets Checklists FILING FEES FORMS
  • Wills and Estates e-Filing forms
    Helpful Tip: Do NOT start here.  Many forms will be completed for you using the answers you enter in TurboCourt (the e-Filing pathway for self-represented parties). Use this link to fill out a form only if TurboCourt does not generate the form for you.
Videos

NOTE:  See the estates page on the judicial branch website for more information about estates: Wills and Estates

 

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