Check the box indicating you agree to the terms of the website, then click "Search Records"
Enter the last name and at least the first initial of the person's first name, and then click "Search". Note that common names may produce a large number of results. You may want to select "Civil" under the "Case Type" drop down menu.
The website will produce your results. If there are multiple case options for the person you are looking for, you will want to look for cases that are listed as "OPEN" in the status column. The cases are assigned case numbers that start with the year that it is filed, then a CVG (eviction), CVF (contract), CVI (small claims), or CVR (escrow), then a five digit number. The five digit number will increase as the year passes (i.e. cases in January 2014 will have a lower five digit number than cases filed in December 2014). Review the results and click "View" to see the status of your case.
Give our office with any specific questions regarding the status of your case.
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