The Massachusetts Trial Court's Access to Justice Office works to ensure that all members of the community have equitable access to court resources, including our expanding virtual services. This page provides a guide to many of our virtual services. If you do not have the technology, internet connection, or the know-how to access these resources from home, you may be able to do so from your local library. Learn about the A2J Library Initiative or Find a Partner Library.
How to attend a remote court hearing
Find information on how to get ready for a virtual court hearing.
Massachusetts summary process explainer
This video gives tenants and landlords in Massachusetts general information about eviction cases. It also discusses court resources that may be available to assist in resolving an eviction case.
Child support explainers
These two videos explain how to request child support and how to change child support in the Probate and Family Court.
The Office of Language Access (OLA) is responsible for coordinating and allocating interpreters to requesting courts in an effort to provide equitable access to justice across the entire Massachusetts court system. Interpreters are available at no cost. Please contact the court for more information using the map above or find your court through the Courthouse Locator.