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Idaho Supreme Court Civil Justice Reform Task Force
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Frequently Requested Services 

  • Online Court Records - We are upgrading our public access to court records. Learn more about the transition and access to court records. 
  • Idaho Courts Data Request - Public requests for compiled court data.
  • Electronic Filing - Learn more about e-Filing and access attorney resources.
  • New Guide & File Interactive Forms - Complete your Small Claims forms via a new interactive interview.
  • Certificate of Good Standing - Learn more about who can obtain, how to order, and cost information.
  • Court Assistance - Self-help centers for Idaho's courts, including forms and other resources relating to civil court matters.
  • Court Pay - Online payment services for counties on the new iCourt Portal and via CitePay for counties on the legacy system ISTARS.
  • Family Court Services - Offers programs and assistance to parents involved in family law matters. 
  • Guardianship/Conservatorship - Online training for informational purposes or to help those seeking appointment as a Guardian/Conservator.
  • Problem Solving Courts -  Working to reduce crowded jails/prisons, offender abuse and dependency, create accountability, reduce recidivism...
 
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