Georgia Small Claims Courts
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In Georgia, the County Magistrate Court, also referred to as the small claims court, handles money claims under $15,000, per Georgia Code15-10-2. A person may file a claim in Magistrate Court with or without an attorney. You may have an attorney represent you if you choose; this would be at your own expense. The court does not appoint attorneys for civil cases.
- How to Sue in Georgia's Magistrate Courts Pamphlet published by the Atlanta Legal Aid Society summarizing the small claims court process.
- Magistrate Courts by County
- Bibb County Small Claims Court FAQs | Statement of Claim online filing Introduction to the Small Claims process.
- Cobb County Small Claims Court FAQs | Statement of Claim [PDF] Information on filing a claim, the hearing and collections.
- Gwinnett County Magistrate Court Civil case FAQs and other small claims information from the Gwinnett County Clerk.
- Habersham County Small Claims Court Discusses whether to sue or not, how to file a small claims case and more. From the Habersham County Magistrate Court.
- Liberty County Small Claims Court FAQs | Statement of Claim online filing Introduction to the Small Claims process.
Last updated on 12/22/08
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