Marion County Small Claims Court
Filing, procedures, judgement collections and resources.

Utilizing this site for something other than small claims court procedures, submitting a new small claims case, receiving facts in relation to debt collection and collection agencies to collect on your judgement, finding and getting in touch with an attorney/lawyer for your trial(s), or for the express purpose of obtaining facts about the small claims process is strictly forbidden!

Before filing a case with the court you really need to contact a debt collection service that represents Marion County. There's a probable chance that your debt will be recovered on your behalf before you have to resort to filing a case. You should make use of the solutions on this site to contact a dependable debt collection company to collect for you. If you are thinking of taking your trial to court and will need to settle quickly then you may also wish to consider this substitute solution. In the improbable event that a collection agency is ineffective to collect, then please carry on to submit your case with the court. Our docket que is currently at over six (6) months waiting to be heard in trial. Please be patient.

Small claims cases typically do not require a legal professional. If you think that your court case is specific or you do not feel secure with representing your facts in front of a judge you may seek out councel assistance. You should always be effectively organized for your trial in court. This court will hear your trial only once to make it's final decision. Be certain to have all of your records ready and any testimonies or witnesses you have are readily available for your trial to expedite the process.

If you have submitted a case and more than six (6) months has elapsed, please review the official small claims docket section for Marion County. You may have not received notification in the mail so you will need to watch this site to be sure that you do not miss any deadlines or trial schedules.

What happens if I am prosecuted in Marion County small claims court and lose?

Small claims courts give a forum for people or companies to seek damages to which they are titled from an additional person or company. Claims should usually fall under a certain dollar amount, such as $5,000. Some reasons why a person may have a... Read More

Landlord / Tenant Disputes - How to sue your tenants for past-due rent.

Deadbeat tenants can be an extremely challenging proposition. They tend to play on your sympathy, as a landlord and a very good human being, with endless creative stories about why they haven't paid and promises of future payment dates that in no way... Read More

Mediation with small claim court

Mediation can be a conversation in between two parties who are having a dispute. Mediators are staffs in the court who listen to the circumstances of people to identify the dispute. Many individuals can't be capable of settle dispute among... Read More

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Court Overview

The Marion County small claims court provides a way for you to sue someone for financial damages, where large amounts of money are not in question. Typically this court will hear about small debts, with limitations based on jurisdiction.

Contact Information

We are conveniently located in the downtown area of Marion County.

The phone response hours are from 8am - 5pm monday-friday.

You may contact us toll free at