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Benefits of Using Harassment Forms in A2J*
- A2J is a free document assembly service.
- You can complete your forms in one session, or register with your email address to complete the forms at your own pace.
- A2J automatically inserts your answers into all the court forms you need to start a case.
- A2J allows you to edit, print and save your completed forms.
- The A2J service is available over the Internet on a secure network.
- IMPORTANT: This Harassment forms tool is limited to cases involving only 1 adult Petitioner (and/or minor child) and 1 Respondent. If your case involves multiple parties, you can complete the Harassment Petition forms packet from the MN Judicial Branch. Ask your localCourt Administration about the procedures and fees for filing a Harassment Petition involving multiple parties in your county.
Questions about A2J or Court Forms?
- Email: Contact Us @ SHC
MN Courts Self-Help Center
Monday - Friday, 8:30a - 3:00p (closed legal holdays)
- Find a Lawyer: Harassment cases can be complicated. Court staff cannot give legal advice or counsel to people. To know your legal rights and options, we encourage you to get advice from an attorney licensed to practice law in Minnesota.
- Harassment case in Hennepin County? Visit the 4th District Court Self-Help Center for information on harassment procedures in that county.
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