How to search Carbon County Court of Common Pleas?

How to search Carbon County Court of Common Pleas?

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How to file for dissolution in Carbon County?

Fees can be made in one payment to the Clerk of Court. If you are unable to pay the fees, you can file an Affidavit of Inability to Pay, which is available from our office. It must be approved by a District Court Judge before you will be allowed to file for dissolution.

How to make an appointment with Carbon County district court?

Appointments: Appointments are required. Fill out the below application and email it back to [email protected] Once completed call 406-446-1225 to set up an appointment. The Clerk of District Court’s office is restricted from providing legal advice because we are not practicing attorneys.

When is Split Rock Family Partnership v.carbon County?

Monday, May 17, 2021, J Matika Opinion – Daniel Clark & Victoria Clark Bolger trading as Split Rock Family Partnership v. County of Carbon Tax Claim Bureau and Christian Fehrenbacher Court of Common Pleas; Division – Civil; Case No. 20-2694 Thursday, May 6 2021, J Serfass Opinion – John W. Walton v.

Is the Carbon County Court of Common Pleas double sided?

Click below for information on the various services offered in Carbon County. All forms must be single sided. We cannot process paperwork that is double sided. Copyright © 2016 Fixty Sixth Judicial District of Pennsylvania.

Appointments: Appointments are required. Fill out the below application and email it back to [email protected] Once completed call 406-446-1225 to set up an appointment. The Clerk of District Court’s office is restricted from providing legal advice because we are not practicing attorneys.

Fees can be made in one payment to the Clerk of Court. If you are unable to pay the fees, you can file an Affidavit of Inability to Pay, which is available from our office. It must be approved by a District Court Judge before you will be allowed to file for dissolution.