The Clerk of the Superior Court's Office accepts cash, money orders, wire transfers, credit cards, and debit cards (run as a credit card transaction) as reliable forms of guaranteed payment for filing fees.
bonds and civil arrest warrants are subject to limited forms of payment, as follows:
Valid money orders must be imprinted with a recent date (not older than 20 days) and may not be altered in any manner to be an acceptable method of payment.
The numbered dollar amounts on the money order must agree and be imprinted/written in English.
- Money Orders
- Bank wire transfers
Purge payments, bonds, civil arrest warrants
Personal checks, business, and cashier’s checks will be refused when presented at a filing counter as payment for services.
EXCEPTION: Clearly identified business checks imprinted with the firms business address will only be accepted from law firms,
process servicers, runner services, and certified document preparers as payment for fees.