The Orphans Court provides forms for auditing and administration, guardianship, Abortion Control Act, Register of Wills, model forms of account and foreign adoption. Access Register of Wills and Orphans' Court forms.
Note: For county-specific policies and forms, contact your local county court.
Note: This form is for use in magisterial district courts only. While most information in court files is open and available to the public, certain information is nonpublic. Use this form if you are required to include Social Security information or personal financial information on court filings. Information from this form will not be placed in public files.
Note: The civil complaint form is for use in filing small claims. This form is also for use by tenants when filing complaints about landlords. You will need one copy of the civil complaint with original signature for the magisterial district judge. You will be charged filing costs and service costs when the complaint is filed at the district court. No changes may be made to the civil complaint form either in content or format.
Note: Pa.R.Crim.P. 575(D) prohibits requiring parties to attach proposed orders to their motions, but a party may include a proposed order if they think it would be helpful (Rule 575 Comment). AOPC is making these blank orders available as a convenience for the court or parties. The filing of this blank order is not mandatory.
Note: One copy of the landlord-tenant complaint with original signature is required for the magisterial district judge. You will be charged filing costs and service costs when the complaint is filed at the district court. No changes may be made to this form either in content or format.
Note: Most court files and documents in court files are open and available to the public. Use this form to request court files or documents in magisterial district courts.
Note: This form is to be used by private citizens when requesting criminal charges be filed against a defendant. Please note that Rule 506 of the Pennsylvania Rules of Criminal Procedure requires that when a private citizen completes this form, it must be submitted to the district attorney's office for approval before it can be filed in a Pennsylvania magisterial district court. It may be filed only in a Pennsylvania magisterial district court and not in the Philadelphia Municipal Court. No changes may be made to this form either in content or format without the express written approval of the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts.
NOTE: The Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence has an informational video on YouTube called "PFAs Do Work: Four Easy Steps to Obtain a PFA." Perry/Juniata County Court of Common Pleas President Judge Kathy A. Morrow narrates the video that explains how to file a protection from abuse order against an abusive partner.