Are docket entries available on-line?

Yes, they are. You can view the docket entries for free on our Civil Viewer. If you want to view the actual filings, there is a “Pay per Page” charge. You are allowed to view the pleadings only once for the fee. When you view it, you should print it or save it because you will only see it one time for the price you are charged. That fee is $.50 for the first page and $.10 for each additional page. We accept Master Card, Visa, or American Express as payment. Attorneys get one free look if they are registered for E-Filing and they are Attorney of record on the case.

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1. Where can I find filing fees?
2. What are the duties of the Prothonotary?
3. What are the hours of the Prothonotary Office?
4. What method of payment is accepted by the Prothonotary?
5. Are docket entries available on-line?
6. Can I conduct a search for civil suits or liens on the website?
7. Can I file a pleading by faxing it to the office?
8. I need to file for Custody. How do I start the process?
9. I need to file a Protection from Abuse? How do I do that?
10. How can I obtain a copy of my Divorce Decree?
11. Can I get a copy of my Marriage License at the Prothonotary’s?
12. Why is a lien or judgment that is paid still appearing on my credit report?
13. When I file something through the mail, how do I get the paperwork back?
14. Can I have copies of my paperwork made in the Prothonotary’s Office?
15. I purchased documents from your site less than 24 hours ago. Why can’t I view them?
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