Appointment Booking Service

Appointment Booking Service

Appointment Booking Service

The Appointment Booking Service allows you to make an appointment online to visit certain Courts Service offices, at a date and time that suits you.

This service is relevant to non-urgent matters only. Urgent matters do not need an appointment.

Further Information on the Appointment Booking Service

Further Information on the Appointment Booking Service

Below are the offices where the service is currently available. Visit our Appointments Documents page for information on documents that you may need to complete before attending your appointment

 

If you make an appointment and can no longer attend it, please cancel it via the cancellation link in your confirmation email. This will allow somebody else to use the appointment.

 

If you need assistance in attending the office, please do not hesitate to reach out to the relevant office directly.

 

Please note: Courts Service staff can provide you with information on court procedures, but cannot offer you legal advice or represent you in court.

Bray Court Office

Bray Court Office

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for:

  • District Family
  • Circuit Family
  • Circuit Civil Including Assisted Decision Making
  • District Civil
  • District Civil Small Claims
  • Licensing

 

For urgent matters, where it is not possible to book online, please email braycourtoffice@courts.ie to make an appointment.

 

You do not need an appointment to make an application under the Domestic Violence legislation - this is a walk-in service. Domestic Violence applications will always be prioritised; please click here to see whether you are eligible for an Order.

 

Regardless of the nature of the appointment court staff are not legally trained and cannot provide any legal advice. You may wish to talk to a solicitor before making your application. A solicitor can provide legal advice, discuss the options available and complete the forms on your behalf. A solicitor can also manage your case and represent you in court.

 

If you wish to discuss an existing proceeding, please ensure that you bring the following to your appointment:

  • Your case reference number
  • A valid form of ID, such as Passport or Driving Licence

 

Please note that due to the urgent nature of certain matters that must take priority, there may be a slight delay to your appointment commencement time.

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Carlow Court Office

Carlow Court Office

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for queries relating to:

  • Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act
  • Circuit & District Court Civil
  • Circuit & District Criminal
  • Circuit & District Court Family Law
  • Request a Call Back
  • Sheriff Services
  • Small Claims

 

Request a Call Back: To ensure full access to Carlow Court Office, we offer a telephone appointment service at a date and time during our opening hours that suits your needs and availability.

 

The office operates by appointment only on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday afternoons between the hours of 14.00 pm – 16.30 pm

 

You do not need an appointment to make an application under the Domestic Violence legislation or for other urgent matters - these remain a walk-in service.

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Cavan Court Office

Cavan Court Office

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office in the following areas:

  • Circuit and District Court Civil Queries and Applications
  • Circuit and District Court Family Law Queries and Applications
  • Small Claims Queries
  • Licensing Searches
  • Circuit and District Court Criminal Queries and Applications

 

For Probate Queries, Marriage Exemption or urgent matters please contact cavancourtoffice@courts.ie

 

You do not need an appointment to make an application under the Domestic Violence legislation - this is a walk-in serviceDomestic Violence applications will always be prioritised; please click here to see whether you are eligible for an Order and here to access the relevant contact details form which you must complete, print and bring to our office.

 

Any applicant seeking a Domestic Violence Order must be residing within County Cavan. In emergency situations, applicants can have an address within County Monaghan (within District No. 5).

 

Please note that due to the urgent nature of certain matters that must take priority, there may be a slight delay to your appointment commencement time.

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Central Office of the High Court

Central Office of the High Court

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for:

  • Pleadings
  • Judgments
  • Attested Orders
  • Searches
  • Deed Poll

 

Please attend at your appointment time, and ensure all relevant documents are signed, dated and in order before attending, to progress your business as quickly as possible.

 

Photo ID may be required for your appointment.

 

For urgent matters, where it is not possible to book online, please email dublincivillaw@courts.ie to make an appointment.

 

The Central Office of the High Court provides a walk-up service for customers attending the office without an appointment. The service will operate on a first come first served basis, with the office operating a walk-up system exclusively between 1.00pm and 1.45pm.

Please note: this does not apply to Judgment or Deed Poll appointments. Click on the following link for more information.

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Clonmel Court Office

Clonmel Court Office

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for:

  • Circuit & District Court Civil Queries/Applications
  • Circuit & District Court Criminal Queries/Applications
  • Circuit & District Court Family Queries/Applications
  • Circuit & District Court Licensing Queries/Applications
  • Jury
  • Probate
  • Sheriff
  • Small Claims

 

For urgent matters, where it is not possible to book online, please email clonmelcourtoffice@courts.ie to make an appointment.

 

You do not need an appointment to make an application under the Domestic Violence legislation - this is a walk-in service. Domestic Violence applications will always be prioritised; please click here to see whether you are eligible for an Order and here to access the relevant contact details form which you must complete, print and bring to our office.

 

Please note that due to the urgent nature of certain matters that must take priority, there may be a slight delay to your appointment commencement time.

 

If your query relates to a specific case, please bring ID and your record number/title of case.

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Cork Court Office Civil and Family

Cork Court Office Civil and Family

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for:

  • Stamping (Civil)
  • Guardianship of Children
  • Maintenance of Spouses and Children
  • Arrears of Maintenance Applications
  • Matters relating to Passport Applications
  • Queries regarding issuing of Judicial Separation/Divorce Proceedings
  • Family Law Motions

For urgent matters, where it is not possible to book online, please email corkwashingtonstreet@courts.ie to make an appointment.

 

You do not need an appointment to make an application under the Domestic Violence legislation - this is a walk-in service.  

 

IF YOU ARE MAKING A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE APPLICATION YOU ARE ADVISED TO ATTEND THE BUILDING IN THE MORNING AS WE DO NOT ALWAYS HAVE A DISTRICT COURT JUDGE AVAILBLE TO TAKE THESE APPLICATIONS IN THE AFTERNOONS.

 

Please note that due to the urgent nature of certain matters that must take priority, there may be a slight delay to your appointment commencement time.

 

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Dublin Civil Combined Offices

Dublin Civil Combined Offices

The Dublin Civil Combined Offices include: the Stamp Office, the District Civil Office, the Circuit Civil Office, the Licensing & Small Claims Office and the Judgments Office.

 

You can schedule an appointment online to visit the public counters of the above offices for:

  • Stamping papers with relevant Stamp Duty *
  • Filing documents for the Dublin District & Circuit Civil Courts
  • Making applications to the Dublin District & Circuit Civil Courts
  • Queries relating to the Dublin District & Circuit Civil Courts
  • Collecting further copies of attested court orders/pleadings from file
  • Queries and filings to the Judgments section (District & Circuit)

* Please note: From 6 June 2023, Stamp Office hours are being extended. A walk-in service will be available from 09:30 to 13:00. Appointments are then required between 13:15 and 15:15.

 

For Urgent Matters where it is not possible to make an appointment, a walk-in service will be provided. Please attend the relevant counter and our staff will accommodate you.

 

NB: Non-urgent matters will NOT be accepted without an appointment.

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Dublin District Court Bail Office, Criminal Courts of Justice

Dublin District Court Bail Office, Criminal Courts of Justice

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for:

  • Re-instatement of an Appeal
  • Restoration of a Driving Licence – District and Circuit Court
  • Apply to Set a Side a court order

 

NB: The above appointments are for cases that took place in the CCJ or Tallaght Courthouse only.

 

For urgent matters, where it is not possible to book online, please email Districtcourtccjmail@courts.ie to make an appointment.

 

You must bring a form of identification and the relevant case numbers with you when attending the office for your appointment.

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The Dublin District Court Family Law Office at Dolphin House

The Dublin District Court Family Law Office at Dolphin House

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for:

  • Maintenance
  • Custody/Access
  • Guardianship

 

You do not need to make an appointment under the Domestic Violence legislation or to make a Breach of Access application - these are walk-in services.

 

Please read the information here regarding the documentation you may be required to bring with you to your appointment, to progress your business as quickly as possible.

 

Please note that due to the urgent nature of certain matters that must take priority, there may be a slight delay to your appointment commencement time.

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Dundalk Court Office

Dundalk Court Office

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for:

  • Circuit and District Court Civil Queries and Applications
  • Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act (ADMC) Queries
  • Circuit and District Court Family Law Queries and Applications
  • Small Claims Queries
  • Probate Queries Louth, Monaghan
  • Licensing Queries/Searches
  • Marriage Exemption queries and applications
  • Louth County Sheriff Queries

 

For urgent matters, where it is not possible to book online, please email dundalkcourtoffice@courts.ie to make an appointment.

 

You do not need an appointment to make an application under the Domestic Violence legislation - this is a walk-in service. Domestic Violence applications will always be prioritised; please click here to see whether you are eligible for an Order.

 

Any applicant seeking a Domestic Violence Order must be residing within the Dundalk/Drogheda or Ardee District Court Area (District No.6).

 

Please note that due to the urgent nature of certain matters that must take priority, there may be a slight delay to your appointment commencement time.

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Ennis Court Office

Ennis Court Office

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for:

  • Assisted Decision Making Capacity Act (ADMC)
  • Circuit and District Court Civil
  • Circuit and District Court Criminal
  • Circuit and District Court Family Law
  • Circuit and District Court Licensing
  • District Court Appeals
  • Paying a Court Fine
  • Sheriff
  • Small Claims
  • Stamping (Civil Matters)

 

For urgent matters, where it is not possible to book online, please email enniscourtoffice@courts.ie to make an appointment or call the office on 065 6867500.

 

You do not need an appointment to make an application under the Domestic Violence legislation - this is a walk-in service. Domestic Violence Applications will always be prioritised.

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Kilkenny Court Office

Kilkenny Court Office

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for:

  • Circuit & District Court Family Law Matters
  • Probate (for Kilkenny, Carlow and Laois)
  • Small Claims

 

You do not need to make an appointment for any Domestic Violence matter. This is a walk-in service. Visit our Domestic Violence webpage for more information.

For other urgent matters, or matters not listed above, you can email kilkennycourtoffice@courts.ie to make an appointment or attend the office.

 

If you wish to discuss an ongoing matter, please bring the following:

  • Your Case Reference number
  • A valid form of photo ID, such as passport or driving licence

 

Visit our Family Law website pages for more information on all Family Law matters, and the documentation you may be required to bring to your appointment.

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Letterkenny Court Office

Letterkenny Court Office

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for queries relating to:

  • Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act (ADMC)
  • Circuit & District Court Civil
  • Circuit & District Court Criminal
  • Circuit & District Court Family Law
  • Circuit & District Court Licensing
  • Probate
  • Taxations
  • Sheriff Services
  • Small Claims

 

You do not need an appointment to make an application under the Domestic Violence legislation or for other urgent matters - these remain a walk-in service.

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Limerick Civil and Family Law Office

Limerick Civil and Family Law Office

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for:

  • Civil and Family Law business for Limerick City and County
  • Stamping of Court documents
  • Small Claims Procedures

 

Please read the information here regarding the documentation you may be required to bring with you to your appointment, to progress your business as quickly as possible.

 

For urgent matters, where it is not possible to book online, please email limerickcourtoffice@courts.ie to make an appointment.

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Mullingar Court Office

Mullingar Court Office

Mullingar Court Office deals with cases for both Mullingar and Athlone. You can schedule an appointment for the matters listed below for both Mullingar and Athlone but please note that the appointment will take place in Mullingar.

 

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for:

  • Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act (ADMC)
  • Circuit & District Court Civil Matters (for Mullingar & Athlone)
  • Circuit & District Court Criminal Matters (for Mullingar & Athlone)
  • Circuit & District Court Family Law Matters (for Mullingar & Athlone)
  • Circuit & District Court Licensing Matters (for Mullingar & Athlone)
  • Probate Matters
  • Sheriff Services
  • Small Claims (for Mullingar & Athlone)
  • Stamping of Court Documents

 

You do not need to make an appointment for any Domestic Violence matter. This is a walk-in service. Visit our Domestic Violence webpage for more information.

For other urgent matters, or matters not listed above, you can email mullingarcourtoffice@courts.ie to make an appointment or attend the office.

 

If you wish to discuss an ongoing matter, please bring the following:

  • Your Case Reference number
  • A valid form of photo ID, such as passport or driving licence

 

Visit our Family Law website pages for more information on all Family Law matters, and the documentation you may be required to bring to your appointment.

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Naas Court Office

Naas Court Office

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for queries relating to:

  • Stamping (Civil Matters)
  • Guardianship of Children/Maintenance of Spouses and Children/Arrears of Maintenance Applications
  • Matters relating to Passport Applications
  • Matters relating to Judicial Separation/Divorce Proceedings
  • Matters relating to Circuit and District Court Civil Proceedings
  • Assisted Decision Making Capacity (ADMC) Application
  • Marriage Exemptions
  • Matters relating to District Court Criminal Proceedings
  • Paying a Court Fine
  • Small Claims Registrar
  • General Queries

 

For urgent matters, where it is not possible to book online, please email naascourtoffice@courts.ie to make an appointment.

 

You do not need an appointment to make an application under the Domestic Violence legislation - this is a walk-in service.

 

If you wish to discuss an existing proceeding, please ensure that you bring the following to your appointment:

  • Your Case Reference number
  • A valid form of ID, such as Passport or Driving Licence
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Office of The Court of Appeal - Civil

Office of The Court of Appeal - Civil

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for:

  • New Appeals from High Court Orders only
  • Direction Books
  • Legal Submissions
  • Books of Appeal
  • Applications by way of Notice of Motion
  • Court of Appeal Orders
  • Court of Appeal Written Judgments
  • Affidavits

 

For urgent matters, where it is not possible to book online, please email courtofappealcivil@courts.ie, or phone 01-8886120, to make an appointment.

 

The Court of Appeal only deals with appeals from High Court Orders.

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Portlaoise Court Office

Portlaoise Court Office

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for:

  • Assisted Decision Making Capacity Act (ADMC)
  • Circuit & District Court Civil Matters
  • Circuit & District Court Criminal Matters
  • Circuit & District Court Family Law Matters
  • Circuit & District Court Licensing Matters
  • Jury Services
  • Legal Aid
  • Sheriff Services
  • Small Claims
  • Stamping of Court Documents

 

You do not need to make an appointment for any Domestic Violence matter. This is a walk-in service. We encourage Domestic Violence applicants to seek additional support, women can contact Laois Domestic Abuse Service or phone +353 57 86 71100, men can contact Mens Aid or phone +353 1 554 3811.Visit our Domestic Violence webpage for more information. For other urgent matters, or matters not listed above, you can email portlaoisecourtoffice@courts.ie to make an appointment or attend the office.

 

If you wish to discuss an ongoing matter, please bring the following:

  • Your Case Reference number
  • A valid form of photo ID, such as passport or driving licence

 

Visit our Family Law website pages for more information on all Family Law matters, and the documentation you may be required to bring to your appointment.

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Roscommon Court Office

Roscommon Court Office

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for queries relating to:

  • Stamping (Civil Matters)
  • Guardianship of Children
  • Maintenance of Spouses and Children
  • Arrears of Maintenance Applications
  • Matters relating to Passport Applications
  • Issuing of Judicial Separation/Divorce Proceedings
  • Issuing of Civil Bills
  • Paying a Court Fine
  • Small Claims Registrar
  • Sheriff

 

For urgent matters, where it is not possible to book online, please email Roscommoncourtoffice@courts.ie to make an appointment, or call the office at 0906626174.

 

You do not need an appointment to make an application under the Domestic Violence legislation - this is a walk-in service.  

 

If you wish to discuss an existing proceeding, please ensure that you bring the following to your appointment:

  • Your Case Reference number
  • A valid form of ID, such as Passport or Driving Licence

 

Please note that due to the urgent nature of certain matters that must take priority, there may be a slight delay to your appointment commencement time.

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Supreme Court Office

Supreme Court Office

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for:

  • Applications for Leave to Appeal
  • Respondents Notices
  • Application for Leave Booklets
  • Notices of Intention to Proceed
  • Submissions
  • Case Management Booklet
  • Appeal Booklets
  • Papers in respect of Commissioner, Notary Public, and Authentication Applications

For urgent matters, where it is not possible to book online, please email supremecourt@courts.ie to make an appointment.

 

Please ensure that all relevant documents are signed, dated, and comply with the requirements of the Practice Direction SC 19, where applicable, before attending the office.

 

­­­­­­­­­Photo ID may be required for your appointment.

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Tralee Court Office

Tralee Court Office

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for queries relating to:

  • Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act (ADMC)
  • Probate
  • Sheriff Services
  • Small Claims

You do not need an appointment to make an application under the Domestic Violence legislation or for other urgent matters - these remain a walk-in service.

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Waterford Court Office

Waterford Court Office

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for:

  • Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act (ADMC)
  • Circuit & District Court Family Law Matters
  • Probate Matters
  • Sheriff Services
  • Small Claims

 

You do not need to make an appointment for any Domestic Violence matter. This is a walk-in service. Visit our Domestic Violence webpage for more information.

 

For other urgent matters, or matters not listed above, you can email waterfordcourtoffice@courts.ie to make an appointment or attend the office.

 

If you wish to discuss an ongoing matter, please bring the following:

  • Your Case Reference number
  • A valid form of photo ID, such as passport or driving licence

 

Visit our Family Law website pages for more information on all Family Law matters, and the documentation you may be required to bring to your appointment.

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Wexford Court Office

Wexford Court Office

You can schedule an appointment online to visit this office for queries relating to:

  • Payment of stamp duty fees
  • Filing of documents
  • Civil enquiries and applications
  • Family Law enquiries and applications
  • Criminal Enquiries
  • Small Claims
  • Licensing
  • Probate
  • Sheriff
  • Payment of fines
  • Lodging appeals

 

You do not need to make an appointment for urgent matters. These remain a walk-in service, but information and forms can be provided by email, by contacting wexfordcourtoffice@courts.ie.

 

For Domestic Violence matters, while this service is open to Domestic Violence applications, it is not necessary to make an appointment for such applications.

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