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A person who represents himself or herself in a case. A person who is not a party who files reports or other documents in a case (e.g., a court-appointed physician or psychologist).
A person filing or responding to a case on behalf of a company, sole proprietorship, partnership, association, and/or corporation. Note: Active members of the State Bar should file as attorneys, not as businesses.
An attorney, professional law association, corporation, or partnership that is authorized to practice law.
A law firm with one or more attorneys who are authorized to practice law.
Also, a person employed by an attorney or law firm who is authorized to file on behalf of the licensed attorney (e.g., a paralegal).
CONNECTICUT ONLY: To register as an attorney with the Probate Court eFiling system, an attorney MUST first be registered with Judicial Branch eServices. Please verify that your contact information (email and mailing address) is correct in eServices before continuing. If you update your eServices information, please wait 24 hours before registering with the Probate Court eFiling System.
A person or attorney authorized to represent a governmental body charged with administering and implementing legislation that is required to pay application fees or filing fees under state law. If you are not sure whether you are non-exempt, contact the court where you plan to file.
A person or attorney authorized to represent a federal court, or a state, county, or city governmental body charged with administering and implementing legislation, that is NOT required to pay application fees or filing fees under state law. If you are not sure whether the organization you represent is exempt, contact the court where you plan to file. Note: Not applicable in Connecticut.
AVAILABLE ONLY IN ARIZONA. A person who is qualified according to individual state laws (including certification or registration where required) to serve all process, writs, orders, pleadings, or papers required or permitted by law for service before, during, or independent of a court action.
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99% of New Hampshire self-represented litigants eFile using TurboCourt in the NH Courts!

04/05/2019

Intelligent, Guided eFiling Now Available for Superior Court Civil Cases Statewide!

April 2019 - The New Hampshire Judicial Branch has recently added Superior Court Civil filings to the family of case types available on TurboCourt, the industry's leading e-filing solution for self-represented litigants (SRLs). Since the New Hampshire e-Court Project started in 2014, Superior Court Civil joins Small Claims, Guardianship and Wills & Estates to use TurboCourt's Intelligent Filing Solution for SRLs.  At TurboCourt, we're proud to continue our nationally-recognized partnership with the New Hampshire Judicial Branch's mandatory SRL electronic filing program, which has increased court efficiency and enhanced SRL satisfaction.


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