Get information about an arrest warrant issued by the New York City Police Department.
Learn about the law for automated tools that help with employment decisions.
Get information about the court that handles bankruptcy cases.
Report a damaged or defective bus lane camera.
Learn about cameras that film vehicles driving, parking, or standing in bus lanes.
Get free legal assistance for small businesses.
Get a Certificate of Conduct.
Get an official court document that indicates the current status of a case or its final disposition.
Report personal injury or property damage against the City or a City contractor including damage to a vehicle from a pothole.
Learn about the bonds filed by New York City Marshals.
Report a problem with a city marshal.
Learn about contacting a City Marshal.
Learn about hearings for violations of quality of life laws, health code, or other City rules.
Pay a summons for violations of quality of life laws, health code, or other City rules.
Learn about the court that handles disputes between individuals or corporations when the amount of the claim is $50,000 or less.
Register as a Commissioner of Deeds, a public officer similar to a Notary Public.
Get a pass for lawyers and investigators to visit clients at correctional facilities.
Get information about business certificates, divorce court, notary verification, and Supreme Court document maintenance.
Get locations and contact information for courts.
Claim money from the Court and Trust Fund Account.
Get locations, hours, arrests, case status, appeals, bail, summonses, and domestic violence services for Criminal Courts.
Learn about criminal history searches or request past criminal court and district attorney records.
Learn about the Deferred Action process for undocumented immigrants who came to the United States during childhood, including free legal service referrals.
Find places to pay parking tickets, camera violations, and property taxes and get related services.
Get help with divorce proceedings.
Get a copy of a divorce judgment or other written order in a divorce case.
Register or terminate a domestic partnership.
Report domestic violence or get counseling, support, and shelter for victims.
Find classes for an abuser court-ordered to get counseling.
Report suspected abuse or neglect of an older adult age 60 or older.
Get help administering an estate when there is no will.
Learn about Family Court, including locations and hours.
Learn about one-stop center where victims of domestic, intimate partner, and gender-based violence; elder abuse; or sex trafficking can get services.
Find someone in police custody who has not been arraigned.
Learn how to correct a violation issued by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH).
Learn about assistance for landlords and tenants with ongoing disputes, including eviction.
Learn about immigration and citizenship applications, resources, and services, including ActionNYC immigration legal help.
Report misconduct by a judge.
Learn about City, State, and Federal jury duty.
Make a complaint about a lawyer, including an unlicensed lawyer.
Get a lawyer referral, free legal services, and answers to questions about the law and courts. Connect with Tenant Helpline for advice and assistance.
Learn about legal service providers that provide free legal assistance specifically for seniors.
Learn about getting married at the City's Clerk Office.
Get a Certificate of Non-Impediment, which may be required to marry in a foreign country.
Get a marriage license, which is required to get married in New York State.
Register to perform marriage ceremonies in New York City.
Get a copy of a marriage record or make a correction.
Get a marriage registration certificate, the official documentation of a wedding.
Free mediation service dedicated to resolving quality of life disputes between restaurants, bars, and nightlife establishments and their neighbors.
Get free and confidential help to resolve a dispute.
Learn how to change your legal name with the court.
Get help with credit, funding, office space, tax credits, training and other assistance for non-profit organizations.
Learn about how to file an Order of Protection to limit the behavior of someone who harms or threatens another person.
Learn about the Paid Safe and Sick Leave Law. Report an employer violating the Law.
Get help if you've been unable to resolve a parking or camera violation issue through the normal process.
Appeal a parking or camera violation hearing decision if you were found guilty.
Get help with a parking or camera violation payment, dispute, or status.
Learn what to do if your vehicle's registration has been suspended or put on hold because of unpaid parking or camera judgment debt.
Get a copy of a parking ticket or bus lane, red light, or speed camera Notice of Liability (NOL).
Fight a parking ticket or camera violation.
Fight parking tickets or camera violations issued to commercial vehicle owners or operators.
Pay a parking ticket or camera violation.
Enroll in programs to help your business track and pay parking and camera violations.
Look up information about your parking or camera violations and get payment, dispute, and appeal status.
Authorize someone else to represent you in tax matters with the Department of Finance.
Make a complaint about a person or business that issues summonses or other court papers.
Learn about cameras that photograph vehicles running red lights.
Learn about or get help with serving legal papers.
Learn about the court that handles disputes between individuals or corporations when the amount of the claim is $10,000 or less.
Report a damaged or defective speed camera.
Learn about cameras that photograph vehicles speeding in school zones.
Get information or make a complaint about State Court.
Learn about the court that handles wills, estates, the property of people who have died, adoptions, and guardianships.
Learn how to pay or dispute non-criminal moving violations.
Learn about legal service providers that provide free legal assistance for veterans.
Learn about the rules for an attorney submitting a vital records request on behalf of a client.
Learn about programs, resources, and support for women.