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Going to Court
There are two laws the protect service members who will have a hard time participating in a court or administrative proceeding because of their military duties. They are:
If you owe someone money, they can try to collect it from you by taking you to court. This guide will help you understand the court process and the rights you have. You are the debtor. The person who you owe money to is the creditor.
Each county in Maine has its own Probate Court. Probate Courts handle legal cases concerning wills and estates, guardianships, name changes and a few other family-related issues. If you are seeking a divorce or need a court to
What is an Application to Proceed Without Payment of Fees? The Courts in Maine don't want to stop you from going to court just because you cannot afford to pay the court fees. So you can ask the Court to waive their fees. You do this by filing two extra forms with the Court when you file your court papers.
If you don't have enough money to pay the court fees, you can ask the court to waive those fees. Before you use the forms posted here, we encourage you to read more about fee waivers and how to use these forms.
Important Notice: We encourage you to learn more about Small Claims Court in Maine before using these forms. The Judicial Department offers A Guide to Small Claims Proceedings in the Maine District Court.
en español Welcome to the Pine Tree Legal Assistance Small Claims Forms Preparation Tools. Use these tools to prepare forms in a small claims case. In Maine Small Claims Court is for claims that are $6,000 or less.
Two laws in Maine protect people with disabilities. Both laws make it illegal for government agencies to discriminate against people with disabilities. Government agencies must also take steps to make it easier for people with disabilities to use and enjoy public services and benefits. The first law is the ADA, which applies all over the United… More