Court Forms

Important: Fillable PDF forms must be saved to your computer and completed in Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Paper forms can be obtained from any District Court or Superior Court clerk's office. Many paper forms are free. There is a $5.00 charge for some forms, such as a Summons, that require the Clerk's signature and Court seal. For common kinds of cases such as divorce, protection from abuse, and small claims, the District Court clerks have packets of the necessary forms.

  • Business and Consumer Docket (BCD) Forms
  • Small Claims
  • Civil Forms
  • Foreclosure Diversion Program (FDP)
  • Records Search
  • Criminal Forms
  • Violations Bureau
  • Family Matters
  • Money Judgment (MJ)
  • Protection from Abuse (PA)
  • Protective Custody (PC)
  • Forms for Appeals
  • Translated Documents
  • Maine Judicial Information System (MEJIS) Attorney Information Form and other vendor forms are available at this link: www.courts.maine.gov/fees_forms/atty_info.html

    Business and Consumer Court Forms

    Civil (CV ) Forms

    Foreclosure Diversion Program Specific Court Forms

    The Foreclosure Diversion Program uses specific court forms. Parties and attorneys are welcome to use the following:

    Criminal (CR) Forms

    Maine Treatment Court

    Family Matters

    Divorce with Children

    Parentage, Parental Rights & Responsibilities

    Divorce-No Children

    Motion to Modify

    Motion to Enforce

    Motion for Contempt

    Other FM Forms

    Adoption

    Notice: A set of joint forms has been created for use in probate courts and district courts for Title 18-C minor adoption, minor guardianship, and minor name change matters only to the extent that the district court anticipates a need for the forms under the Home Court Act. If a situation arises for which there is a not a joint form, district court will accept the filing of the approved probate court form with a modified caption. 

    Guardianship

    Notice: A set of joint forms has been created for use in probate courts and district courts for Title 18-C minor adoption, minor guardianship, and minor name change matters only to the extent that the district court anticipates a need for the forms under the Home Court Act. If a situation arises for which there is a not a joint form, district court will accept the filing of the approved probate court form with a modified caption. 

    Name Change

    Notice: A set of joint forms has been created for use in probate courts and district courts for Title 18-C minor adoption, minor guardianship, and minor name change matters only to the extent that the district court anticipates a need for the forms under the Home Court Act. If a situation arises for which there is a not a joint form, district court will accept the filing of the approved probate court form with a modified caption. 

    Money Judgment (MJ) Forms

    Protection from Abuse (PA) Forms

    Protective Custody (PC) Forms

    Records Search Forms

    Small Claims (SC) Forms

    Violations Bureau (VB) Forms

    Forms for Appeals