Telephone Number: 410-845-4855
Civil Records are open to the public Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Self-Help Legal Assistance Program Telephone Number: 410-621-7582
Areas of assistance to indigent clients include family issues of divorce, custody, and visitation.
The following is a list of the most frequently asked fee questions. For more information, please refer to the Circuit Court Fee Schedule established under Courts and Judicial Proceedings Article, Section 7-202.
|Civil Action Filing Fee w/Attorney
(includes Habeas Corpus and Administrative Appeals WCC and Unemployment, costs payable at end of case)
|$175.00||Costs for filing new case|
|Civil Action Filing Fee w/o Attorney
(includes District Court Appeals)
|$165.00||Self-represented litigant costs for filing new case|
|Foreclose a mortgage or deed of trust on residential property||$300.00||In addition to any other filing fees required by law|
|Request for foreclosure mediation on owner-occupied residential property||$50.00|
|Attorney Appearance||$10.00||Per firm|
|Docketing Motion Fee||$31.00||Filing fee for docketing a Motion for Contempt, Charging Order, Modify Alimony, Custody, Support or Visitation, Writ of Execution and Writ of Garnishment|
(Partial or Full Dismissal)
|$15.00||Plus any open court costs|
|Certification fee||$5.00||Plus copy fees|
|Exemplification fee||$10.00||Plus copy fees|
Maryland Judiciary Case Search
You can now search cases from Circuit Court and District Court online. The search is available on the Maryland Judiciary Web site (http://mdcourts.gov) The records maintained by the Office of the Clerk of Court are available to the public for review. However, the records of juvenile or adoption cases may be restricted.
Please be advised that the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court is prohibited by law from rendering legal advice.