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The Massachusetts Trial Court is expanding walk-in Court Service Centers across Massachusetts. Court Service Centers help people navigate the court system. Centers are open whenever the courts are open, and are available to all court users, with or without attorneys. All of the services in the Court Service Center are free, but there may be other fees associated with your case, such as filing fees.
Court Service Centers are now open at 6 courthouses:
Court Service Centers offer:
Some forms and self-help materials are available in multiple languages. If you don't speak English well, you have the right to an interpreter at no cost to you. Ask court staff for an interpreter and they'll provide one for you.
Court Service Center staff can give legal information, but not legal advice. Legal information includes answering questions about how the court works and the different options available to you. The staff can't help decide what you should do or predict what will happen in a case. Court staff may give information to all parties to a case, and can't act as your attorney.