The State Organization Index provides an alphabetical listing of government organizations, including commissions, departments, and bureaus.
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Massachusetts' courts serve all state residents. Learn how the court system works, find case information, locate a lawyer, and more.
Have you been summoned to jury duty in Massachusetts? Learn how to respond to your summons.
Obtain information to help you with legal issues. Topics include a glossary of legal terms, a guide to representing yourself in court, resources to help you find an attorney, information for understanding court procedures, and more.
Find information and announcements on current court cases, learn about listening to oral arguments, and find out how to access published opinions from the courts.
There are a variety of resources available for litigants seeking legal guidance and professionals offering services.
Divorce is the legal process you follow to end your marriage.
Everything you need to know about the Trial Court law libraries and what they can do for you.
Small claims courts are designed to provide a simple, informal and inexpensive option for resolving cases where the amount at issue is $7,000 or less.
Learn about the criminal court process, from arrest, through pre-trial proceedings, to trial and verdict. You can also learn how to file a request to seal a record.
Information on appeals in all court departments.
Find information on family law issues, including adoption, alimony, annulment, child custody, child requiring assistance (CRA), child support, divorce, and separate support.
Find information on eviction and other landlord-tenant issues in court.
Find information about motor vehicle violations and what to do if you get a traffic ticket, as well as information about non-criminal infractions such as littering, jaywalking, bicycling violations, and leash laws.
Search for the court forms you need by topic or court department.