County Courts

Find Your County Court is a free, public search tool and directory of courts across the United States.  Locate the court nearest you or determine the address of the court to which your case has been assigned.  We help people find local:

  1. Superior Courts
  2. City Municipal Courts
  3. Circuit Courts
  4. County Courts
  5. Court of Appeals
  6. Supreme Courts
  7. Clerk of Courts

Why do you need this kind of website? Not all court websites are easy to navigate. We spend our time curating information regarding the function of each county court system to make it easier on you to get the fast information you need. We strive to make sure that all information is correct at the time of posting. You should always contact your local courthouse and verify the information. This is especially true for certain procedures, protocols, and fee schedules as these are the most likely to change over time. If something has changed, feel free to notify us so that we can update the information.

Court Locations in Your Area

Cuyahoga County Clerk of Courts

This Clerk of Courts office is home to relevant documentation for the Appellate system. Our information page will share with you how to access forms, applications, make or receive payments for child support, or apply for a passport. You can also visit their courthouse at:

1200 Ontario Street
Cleveland OH 44113-1021

Franklin County Clerk of Courts

Visit the Franklin County Clerk of Courts page to learn about operating hours, how to pay your fines, looking up your case, phone numbers, locations, forms, and how to file certain forms.

Franklin County Clerk of Courts

375 S High Street
Columbus OH, 43215


Hillsborough County Clerk of Court

You can review our information regarding Hillsborough County Clerk of court here. You can find information regarding looking up your case, procedures to obtain a marriage license, hours of operation, holiday schedules, and so much more!

Edgecomb Courthouse

800 E Twiggs St

Tampa, FL 33602


Kern County Superior Court

Kern County Superior Court serves residents of Kern County in Central California. The system hears both non-criminal and criminal cases as well as offer a slew of other services. You can find everything you need to make your day at court go smoothly as possible by visiting our information page. You can visit the main website and find your courthouse location here.

Los Angeles Superior Court
The Los Angeles Superior Court serves the county of Los Angeles and supports 47 courts in the entire system. Read our guide to the LA County Court here, and you can find information about county records, Los Angeles county arrest records, jury duty in LA county, and more.
To visit official Los Angeles County Superior Court website, go here

Maricopa County Superior Court

Maricopa County Superior Court handles all non-criminal and criminal cases as well as handles all juvenile cases. There are extra services such as interventions for teens, and the ability to file documents online. Our information page should give you enough info to get started before you have to visit the courthouse. Visit the court at:

201 W. Jefferson
Phoenix, AZ. 85003-2243
Family Court Administration:
(602) 506-1561

North Carolina Court System

North Carolina has an extensive court system that spans over 100 counties and features at least 150 locations across the state. We have an information page filled with details but you are encouraged to research the website and locate your county for more in-depth instruction.

Orange County Superior Court
Find all information in our guide to the Orange County Superior Court here. Not only does this court system handle all non-criminal and criminal cases, you can access easy information regarding paying fines and fees or simply how to access court reporters and their services.

Visit the court at:
909 N Main St
Santa Ana, CA 92701
(657) 622-8459

Riverside Superior Court

Riverside Superior Court systems features the same as other courts with a few other extra perks. Read our information guide to learn more on how to get further education on self-representation and law workshops that are open to the public. Of course, we offer the hours of operations, how to pay a fine or fee, and locations of the fifteen courts in their system. You can also visit their website at:

San Bernardino Superior Court

Our information guide regarding the San Bernardino Superior Court reviews the same information you need as well as provide a video to help make learning more about the court system a little more enjoyable. You can also visit their website at but we suggest that you read our guide first to help you narrow down what you need to do on the website.

Ventura County Superior Court

Our information guide features extensive information to this smaller court system in California. Learn more about the Juvenile courthouse, locations of the three courts in this system, hours of operation, how to pay your traffic tickets, and how to lookup your case online. Once you get the grasp of what you need to do, visit their site at:

Wisconsin Circuit Court
Our helpful guide to the hours, location and basic information of the Wisconsin Circuit Court

Visit the official court website from the state of Wisconsin

Wisconsin has a large district division in its court system so be extra mindful of where you are located to find the appropriate courthouse. When you find the appropriate courthouse, do call them and verify that it’s the appropriate place. You may live in District 10 but you may need to appear for a small claims case in District 6, which can be confusing if you are not routinely working in the court system. Do save yourself plenty of time and energy by printing all your forms from the website and paying fees or fines online so that you do not have to worry about taking time off work and waiting in a line!

Court Tips:

Before you step into the courthouse, here are a few tips we want you to consider to make you’re the experience the best it can possibly be.

  1. Always dress to impress. You don’t have to spend much but do dress in an outfit that you would wear to a business interview. It doesn’t matter if it’s traffic court or a simple probate hearing, if you are before the judge and in appropriate attire, you will be taken more seriously.
  2. Don’t use the court for spite or revenge. It will back fire and you could be faced with a lawsuit against you for malicious behavior. We understand you are upset but the court is not designed to be used for you to get back at someone. Only go to court when your case has merit.
  3. If you can opt for mediation, take it! Mediation is often a better situation for both parties than litigation (having a judge make a decision). More courts are incorporating mediation for everything that they can in order to make better use of the judge’s time. If you don’t take mediation, you could wind up losing everything if a judge makes a decision not in your favor. Court hearings are also very stressful, mediation is a more relaxed setting and allows everyone to get to the heart of the matter.
  4. If you cannot afford legal representation, try to see if you can get legal aid to help you. Not all cases require a lawyer, such as small claims, but if you are in a legal battle with someone who does have a lawyer, you will need someone in your corner.
  5. Relax! If you have to go before a judge, do your best to relax. If you are stressed out, it will reflect in your speech and can cause you to forget key things you want to say. If you are representing yourself, write down key points you know that are important to make so you won’t forget. If you trip over your words; take a moment to stop, take a breath, smile, and then continue.
  6. Take law workshops when they are available. More court systems are offering law workshops due to the rising number of people who cannot afford legal representation. You can learn how to write a will, how to assign someone the power of attorney, or simply how to file for a divorce. These workshops are super helpful and can teach you much more than if you try to do it all on your own.
  7. Ask before you take the plunge. Before you file for a lawsuit, ask a third party for their opinion. You can ask close friends who have been in your situation before. If your court system offers law advisors, talk to them. Do a web search if need be. A lawsuit is not only time consuming, it’s emotionally draining too. Move forward if you have enough support and even people willing to testify or come to court with you. You don’t have to do it alone!