PROPOSED TERMINATION OF CASES
The Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster County intends to terminate cases because the docket shows no activity in the case.
You may stop the Court from terminating a case by filing a Statement of Intention to Proceed (filing fee is $33.75) with the Prothonotary of the Court at 50 N. Duke Street, P.O. Box 83480, Lancaster, PA 17608-3840 on or before June 7, 2016.
IF YOU FAIL TO FILE THE REQUIRED STATEMENT OF INTENTION TO PROCEED, THE CASE WILL BE TERMINATED on June 8, 2016.
The complete list of proposed cases to be terminated may be found, as of April 1, 2016 on the Prothonotary web site www.co.lancaster.pa.us/prothonotary along with the link to Statement of Intention to Proceed. There will also be a paper copy in the Prothonotary’s Office.
KATHERINE WOOD-JACOBS, PROTHONOTARY
(Date of notice: April 1, 2016)
Mortgage company not accepting your divorce decree?
If you have filed a no-fault divorce in Lancaster County, your divorce decree is a one-page document. Lancaster County does not require a property settlement agreement to be filed in a no-fault divorce. You can look at the docket and see if a property settlement agreement was filed before calling our office for a copy. if none was filed we will not have a copy to provide to you.
When filing documents, put the case number on the top right hand side of each page. (Local Rule 205.2(a)E) This includes exhibit pages.
PRIOR TO FILING WITH THE PROTHONOTARY OFFICE, PLEASE REFER TO THE PA RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE AND LANCASTER LOCAL RULES OF COURT FOR APPROPRIATE DOCUMENTS AND RULES.
About the Prothonotary
The Office of Prothonotary is responsible for the recording and filing of legal papers for the civil side of the court system. These legal papers and documents can include topics and issues such as:
Mission: To fulfill the statutory responsibilities in as efficient, cost effective manner as possible, while focusing on providing exemplary customer service and utilizing automation to achieve both efficiencies as well as improved public access to the civil record of the court.