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Legal Information: West Virginia

West Virginia Court Forms

Updated: 
October 29, 2018

You can find the forms for filing a domestic violence protective order, a personal safety order, and for parenting plans or divorce on the West Virginia Judiciary website. Also, here are links to other court forms in West Virginia from the West Virginia Judiciary website. You can also may find the forms by calling or visiting the civil clerk at the courthouse in your area. To find the courthouse in your area, go to WV Courthouse Locations.

Someone in a domestic violence organization in your area may be able to help you get the forms and also help you through the process. To find an agency in your area, go to WV Advocates and Shelters.