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Cape May County Surrogate's Court
9 North Main Street
Cape May Court House,
4 Moore Road, Dept. 207
Cape May Court House,
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Online Court Resources
Resources for the Cape May County Surrogate's Court as well as online resources applicable to courts generally in Cape May County, New Jersey, and resources applicable to all courts in New Jersey.
Published opinions and orders
Forms and related information
Legal Practice Forms and Instructions
View and download Civil, Criminal, Family, Child Support, Tax Court and other forms created for use by attorneys. Detailed instructions for filling out the forms are not included; downloading instructions and general tips completing and filing forms are included.
Self-Representation Forms and Instructions
View and download Civil, Criminal, Family, Child Support, Probation, Tax Court and other forms, kits, and instructions for people who do not have attorneys. General information about self-representation, tips downloading and filing forms, and links to additional resources are inlcuded.
Self help, legal research, general information
Atlantic and Cape May County Law Libraries
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Atlantic and Cape May County Ombudsman
View information about the Ombudsman/Community Liaison, who answers questions about how the court system works and seeks to improve customer service in the courts. A link to the educational television series called "Meet the Court" is included.
Court Seminars and Public Events
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Search New Jersey court rules by keyword, or browse the table of contents.
Contact an Ombudsman
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Complaints About Judges
The Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct provides information about filing a complaint about a judge, a downloadable complaint form, answers to frequently asked questions, and records of judicial conduct proceedings by year since 2007.
Legal Information and Self Help Resources
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Legal Information Publications
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Legal Rights and the Court Process
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New Jersey Laws
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Attorney Discipline Information
The New Jersey Judiciary Office of Attorney Ethics provides information about filing a grievance against an attorney, answers to frequently asked questions, and online access to attorney discipline records since 1990. A link to online records of pending attorney discipline actions is also available.
Legal Services of New Jersey offers free civil legal assistance to low-income residents. A statewide toll-free number and online request form, contact information for local offices in each county, and special statewide projects are included.
Volunteer Lawyers for Justice offers free civil legal assistance to low-income residents. Contacts, case types, and descriptions of programs and legal clinics are included.