Help With Court Forms
You can take a free online course to learn about the Absolute Divorce form and how to fill it out on February 22 at 10 a.m. Register here.
Self-Help Centers Recognized
The Maryland Judiciary’s network of programs for self-represented litigants has been selected by the American Bar Association (ABA) to receive the 2017 Louis M. Brown Meritorious Recognition.
Circuit Court for Queen Anne’s County Featured in Lead Up to Super Bowl
With the wind chill dipping temperatures below freezing in Centreville, Maryland, on Friday, January 27, the Circuit Court for Queen Anne’s County played host to a film crew from Fox Sports. Read more.
Is Your Court Open?
To get the latest information about court closings and delays, check under “Latest News” on the home page or visit our Closings/Delays page.
New Email Scam Targets Attorneys
A multi-state email scam is targeting attorneys with the subject line: "The Office of The State Attorney Complaint." Attorneys and individuals should be aware that no such office exists. Do not reply to the email and do not click on the link or open any attachments. Read more.
MDEC Launches in Southern Maryland in June 2017
Maryland Electronic Courts (MDEC) is coming to Calvert, Charles and St. Mary’s counties. Read More
Notices, Schedules and Updates
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Maryland Law Help
The app brings together tools and resources to help Marylanders use the courts or find legal help.
The People’s Law Library (PLL) is a legal information and self-help website maintained by the Maryland State Law Library and supported by Maryland's non-profit legal services providers. Explore the PLL
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The Maryland Judiciary has many services available to individuals who do not speak English. Read more