Queens County Court Records

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Queens County Court Records Search

It is a mandatory requirement of the law system that courts maintain a record of all the files, transcripts, exhibits and verbal content shared in a case. This record is maintained in all the superior and local courts of all the counties in all American states. Quite recently, the records have been made available to the public, in person as well as through electronic sources. Use the above form to begin your Queens County Court Records Online.

Queens County Court Records In Person

Queens County court records are provided by the Queens County Clerk?s Office. In order to get a certified copy of a Supreme Court Paper and Exemplification, you will have to conduct searches, either in person or through a link provided by the Search Court Records Department. The case indexes from 1992 till date are made available through the link but the ones prior to the mentioned year can be accessed through a written search which is conducted by the staff or a visit in person to the concerned department.

Records on divorce decrees are also available at the Search Records Department of the Clerk?s office. However, it is allowed access to be designated attorney or one of the concerned parties only. Anyone having a signed notarized letter or an affidavit can also have a copy of the divorce document.

The Queens County Clerk?s office also maintains records on money judgment/satisfaction of money judgments which can also be provided to the public upon specification of the type of money judgment/satisfaction of money judgment, whether it is for NYC tax and parking violations or a particular type of court judgment (civil, family, criminal, etc.). The records on property liens are also maintained by the Queens County Clerk?s Block and Lot. All kinds of building loan agreements, foreclosures or sidewalk violations are accessible through Queens City Register Block and Lot Number Search by calling the Queens County Clerk?s Block and Lot Office at (718) 298 0612.
You can mail your written requests at Queens County Clerk?s Office, 88-11 Sutphin Blvd., Room 106, Jamaica, N.Y, 11435.

Queens County Court Records
Queens County Court Records

How can I get a copy of my Queens county court records?

To get an official copy of your Queens county court records you can visit their website and make an request online to have your court records mailed to you. This request can also be made in person or over the phone. If your Queens county court records are mailed to you it will take a few weeks to be processed by mail.

Is my Queens county court record public?

With few exceptions, most Queens county court records are public domain via the FOIA of 1966. This means that anyone can lookup court records in Queens county.

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  1. says:

    Denise, it’s unclear what you are looking for. Can you please explain in more detail what information you are looking for in regards to Queens county court records?

  2. says:

    I Denise Hunter Card need an appt urgent for record room my father file number2012-2017 Robert Hunter for 4/2/1987 death date. out of 7 daughters only two we were scam by a false will Denise and Loretta only two invested others wanted know parts of it Bob beset expert e Aimee found the will false for my dads aunt

  3. says:

    Yes, you can get a copy of this person’s death record by contacting the New York Department of Health and making a request to obtain a copy of your family member’s death record. You can obtain a copy by mail or by visiting an office in person, the latter being the fastest way to get a copy of a NY death certificate. You can also call them for more details @ 212-639-9675

    As far as the Queens county probate court question, you might also want to reach out to the clerk of the court to find out what information is necessary to make your petition to obtain the home in question.

  4. says:

    I just found out my name is listed on a deceased family member\’s death record. She left a home behind with no will. Can I get a copy of this death certificate and go to probate court? What\’s next?

  5. says:

    They should accept email however your best option would be to continue to call them and get an answer to your question. The other option is to make the visit in person an inquire about your Queens county court record.

  6. says:

    does surrogate court accept e.mail?..i had sent 10 pages oct 7th..i have no idea if they received them..sent from office depot..i also emailed the address direct to surrogate court..no response either..i also called administration office answering machine said full.i am in the dark!

  7. says:

    Robert, we understand your concern about finding out about your Queens county court records and any related criminal chargescriminal chargescriminal charges. Your best option to follow up with this is to contact the Queens county courthouse clerk and making an inquiry over the phone. Their phone number is 718-298-0600 for your convenience.

  8. says:

    my name is robert,i had e.mailed from office depot to surrogate court e.mail address on Oct 7.2019 10 copies ,i emailed their e.mailed there address at surrogate court in Queens,,how can i tell if they received them,i have got no response..

  9. says:

    Peter, unfortunately we cannot lookup Queens county court records by case number. Your best option would be to contact the relevant Queens courthouse clerk and inquire about this upcoming court date

  10. says:

    I am trying to determine the court date for the following case:

    People v. Jian Sun
    SCI Number 01223-20`8

  11. says:

    Unfortunately we are not an FCRA certified resource so we don’t have access to UCC Financial information. You might consider running a credit report on a person if you want to know the details of a Queens County lien record. You can also contact the Queens county courthouse clerk for information that might pertain to a property lien on a Queens County, NY resident.

  12. says:

    Hi there, Is there a way to look up UCC liens in Queens County? Please let me know. Thanks.

  13. says:

    Your best option to get a certified copy of your Queens county divorce record is to contact the relevant county courthouse where your divorce was processed. Contact the Queens county courthouse clerk and request a copy of your divorce decree.

    Get a Copy of a Queens County Divorce Certificate

    1. Contact the Queens county courthouse clerk
    2. Request a copy of your divorce decree
    3. Provide your full name and date of divorce
    4. Provide proof of ID and pay the fee for a copy
    5. Processing by mail may take a couple weeks

  14. says:

    my ex filed for divorce from what he told me I never got divorce papers ,and he is remarried ,I can’t get any information ,from him don’t know what time do ,we lived in College point queens Married September 23 1988 ,His Name is Alfredo Aviles Sr he lives I think in Florida now with his new wife ,would like to know if we are legally divorced please help ,my name is Robin Ann Aviles I love in long island now thank you

  15. says:


    In New York you can have your court record sealed in some cases but the nature of public records is that they’re public domain meaning that most anyone can access them. There are exceptions to this rule: if you’re a minor, if you’re active military and it’s your active service record, or special circumstances from the court.

    Sealing Court Records in New York

    New York does not have any laws that remove or expunge court or criminal records. You can have your court or criminal record sealed in certain circumstances. When a court record is sealed in New York the record is still there but all the finger printing and mug shots and DNA samples are destroyed.

  16. says:

    Where do I go to get my record sealed

  17. says:

    Hello Joanne,

    It sounds like the court record you’re looking for would be in Queens County since that is where the person was arrested. If you can provide me with a first and last name and age I can lookup the Queens county court record you’re looking for. Another option is to contact the Queens county court clerk to find this information. I have included a link to the Queens county court clerk below for you.


    Best Regards,

    The Search Quarry Team

    Best Regards,

    The Search Quarry Team

  18. says:

    How do I find out if there is any open record in the Queens County Court for someone who got arrested while visiting NYC but is residing in a difference state ?

Last Updated: 2016-10-20

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