First Things1. What is Small Claims Court?
Suing Different Types of Defendants9. How do I find out if the defendant is a corporation, limited liability company (LLC) or a partnership?
15. How do I serve (deliver) a small claims case on the defendant(s)?
Filing Fees, Court Papers and Court Dates
Defense Manpower Data Center
Attn: Military Verification
1600 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22209-2593
You must send the Defense Manpower Data Center the first and last name of the person you are suing and that person’s date of birth or social security number. You must also send the center an envelope with your address and a stamp on it.
Defendant's Options19. What do I do if I am sued in a small claims case and I want to defend myself?
21. Can I have a jury trial?
Your Day in Court
23. How do I collect money if I win my case?
Judgment and Post Judgment Activity
28. How can I find out information about a small claims case?
Small Claims Case Lookup
Case information from Small Claims Courts is available, at the Small Claims Case Look-up. Small Claims case information may be searched by: party name, docket number, court calendar, attorney case list, attorney calendar, and attorney search.29. What information can I look-up on a small claims matter?
The data available displays information from Small Claims cases including all actions, except libel and slander, where the money damages claimed are not in excess of $5,000.00, or, in the case of landlord–tenant security deposit claims only, a doubled amount not in excess of $10,000.00. This case information is updated at the close of business; therefore it includes all information entered as of the previous workday. It is possible that some documents filed with the clerk may not yet have been entered into the Look-up. Check the Look-up at the end of the day today or tomorrow for the next update.