Here is a list of helpful court documents which you may fill out and print from your personal computer. For more information regarding any of these documents please contact the court directly.
Printing Completed Forms for Filing With the Court
You are required to provide the total number of copies of a document or form for use by the court, the parties, and any other entity that is required to receive the form. See the upper-right hand corner of each form to determine the mandatory number of copies. It is recommended that when completing a form online, you print the number of copies you will need for filing with the court and serving on the parties. Otherwise, you will have to photocopy the proper number of copies before filing the form with the court. If you do not provide the court with the accurate number of copies, the court might reject the form for nonconformance under the authority of Michigan Court Rule 8.119(C). Unless specifically required by court rule or statute, the court is not responsible for making copies of forms for you.
- Claim and Delivery
This set of forms is used in claiming lawful possession to personal property possessed by another individual. The forms are filed in the district court when the personal property has a value of $25,000 or less. The forms are filed in the circuit court when the personal property has a value of more than $25,000.
- Small Claims
This set of forms is used in small claims division of district court. The forms must be filed in the district court.
This set of forms is for use in garnishment to collect a money judgment. The forms must be filed in the circuit court if the judgment is from the circuit court or district court if the judgment is from the district court.
- Landlord/Tenant and Land Contracts
This set of forms is for use in landlord-tenant and land contract matters. The forms must be filed in the district court.
- Personal Protection Orders (PPO)
This set of forms is used to obtain, modify, or terminate a personal protection order. The forms must be filed in the family division of the circuit court.