How do I look up court cases in NH?
You can obtain a PACER login on-line or by calling (800) 676-6856. If you have a PACER account, you may login to the court’s electronic case files. You may also view the court’s electronic case files free of charge at the public terminals in the clerk’s office.
How do I file a small claim in NH?
To file a small claim, contact the municipal or district court clerk nearest where you live. If your problem is worth more than $10,000, you may want to discuss with an attorney whether it would be easier to simply file a small claims suit for the $10,000 maximum rather than going to “real” court.
Are court records public in NH?
If you want to obtain court records from the state of New Hampshire, make sure to visit the official state records website. You can also access the information from the public terminals in the County Clerk’s Office. These documents are free of charge when you use the public terminals there.
How much does it cost to file a small claims case in New Hampshire?
$90.00 filing fee for claims of $5,000 or less. fee varies based on travel distance and the number of attempts required to serve the defendant.
How do i find divorce records in NH?
Copies of records may be obtained from State office or Clerk of Superior/Family Division Court in the county where divorce was granted. Recent records (divorce since 1990) may be obtained from ANY City or Town running the Vital Records Automated software called NHVRIN.
Does being taken to small claims court affect your credit?
A small claims judgment will affect your credit score because the major credit rating agencies collect public information from federal and local governments, according to Experian. Since a small claims judgment can affect your ability to repay debt, it is factored into your FICO score.
Are divorce records public NH?
Divorce records are considered private and confidential, with access limited to those individuals who have a “direct and tangible” interest in the record. The only exception is divorce records more than 50 years old which are considered public and are open to the public.