Cumberland County Court

Find Cumberland County Pennsylvania courts and courthouses, such as federal, state, district, superior, criminal, common, circuit, judicial, judiciary, divorce, appeals, family, traffic, and small claims courts. Courts provide information on legal cases, law documents, case searches, and appeals.


Camp Hill Magistrate Court 1901 State Road Camp Hill PA 17011 717-761-0583


Carlisle District Court 2260 Spring Road Carlisle PA 17013 717-218-5250

Carlisle Magistrate Court 18 North Hanover Street Carlisle PA 17013 717-240-6564

Cumberland Common Pleas Court 1 North Courthouse Avenue Carlisle PA 17013 717-240-6294

Enola Magistrate Court 98 South Enola Drive Enola PA 17025 717-728-2805

Mechanicsburg Magistrate Court 507 North York Street Mechanicsburg PA 17055 717-766-4575

Mount Holly Springs Magistrate Court 229 Mill Street Mount Holly Springs PA 17065 717-486-7672

New Cumberland Magistrate Court 400 Bridge Street New Cumberland PA 17070 717-774-5989

Newville Magistrate Court 27 West Big Spring Avenue Newville PA 17241 717-776-3187

Shippensbug Magistrate Court 35 West Orange Street Shippensburg PA 17257 717-532-7676

About Courts

How do I file a small claims suit?

The process and rules for filing a small claims suit vary from state to state with regard to the dollar limit for small claims, the statute of limitations for filing a claim, and whether you are allowed to be represented by a lawyer. Contact the court that handles small claims in your state for details on the process for filing a claim and to obtain the proper forms.

Are there fees for filing a small claims suit?

Filing fees are generally between $30 and $100. In addition to filing fees, other costs may include service fees for serving the complaint to the defendant and collection fees if the court assists in collecting the judgment.

What is mediation?

Mediation is an alternative to going before a judge in a suit. Many small claims courts sponsor or make referrals to mediation programs where the plaintiff and defendant meet with a neutral third person to help resolve the dispute without going to court.