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Please read the
Small Claims General Information
document to learn about the process of filing a Small Claims suit.
The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA), 50 App. U.S.C. 521 et seq. requires that in any action or proceeding covered by this section, the court, before entering judgment for the plaintiff, shall require the plaintiff to file with the court an affidavit stating whether or not the defendant is in military service and showing necessary facts to support the affidavit.
The DMDC website,
is a free website where you can do a search to check if a person is of military status. An error page may appear before you can access the website. If the error page does appear, click the option "continue to this website (not recommended)." Disregard the "not recommended" comment as the website is okay to access.
Bring the Affidavit as to Military Service filled out with you to your court hearing to show the judge and then attach it to your journal entry to be filed in the case. Find the link to the Affidavit form at the bottom of the list.
Affidavit Print and Complete
Statement of Judgment
Counter or Setoff
Journal Entry (Default)
Notification of Small Claims Case Request Transferred to Civil Division of District Court
Notice of Renewal of Judgment
Release and Satisfaction of Judgment
Affidavit (multiple defendants)
Affidavit as to Military Service
Demand Before Suit 5/10 Day Notice (Quit)
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