Small Claims in Different States

Updated: Apr 29



Each state has its own version of a small claims court. Small claims cases are usually civil litigations (where money is the source of the dispute) below a certain dollar amount threshold. For example in California, a small claims case must be below $10,000. Small claims court is meant to be limited in procedures, and in many states, you can pursue a claim in small claims court without the need of a lawyer.


Below you will find resources to each state's small claims process and resources:


State Resources

Alabama Small Claims Court

Alaska Alaska Court

Arizona Small Claims Court

Arkansas Small Claims Court

California Small Claims Court

Colorado Small Claims Self Help

Connecticut Small Claims Court

Delaware Civil Cases

Florida Small Claims Court

Georgia Dispute Resolution

Hawaii Small Claims Court

Idaho Claim Forms

Illinois Small Claims

Indiana Small Claims Manual

Iowa Small Claims

Kansas Small Claims

Kentucky Kentucky Legal Help

Louisiana Small Claims Library

Maine Small Claims Court

Maryland Small Claims Legal Help

Massachusetts Small Claims Court

Michigan Small Claims Court

Minnesota Conciliation Court

Mississippi Justice Court

Missouri Small Claims Forms

Montana Small Claims Court

Nebraska Small Claims Self Help

Nevada Small Claims Self Help Las Vegas Small Claims Court Clark County Small Claims Court

Washoe County Small Claims Court

New Hampshire Small Claims Court

New Jersey Small Claims Court

New Mexico Self Help Guide

New York Small Claims Court

North Carolina Small Claims Court

North Dakota Small Claims Court

Ohio Small Claims Court

Oklahoma Small Claims Court

Oregon Small Claims Court

Pennsylvania Magisterial District Courts

Rhode Island Small Claims Court

South Carolina Magistrates Small Claims Court Magistrate FAQ

South Dakota Small Claims Court

Tennessee Self Help Center

Texas Small Claims Court

Utah Small Claims Court

Vermont Small Claims Court

Virginia Small Claims Court

Washington Small Claims Court

West Virginia Lower Courts

Wisconsin Small Claims Self Help

Wyoming Small Claims Cases



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