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Court Name:
Coos County Superior Court
Court Type:
Superior Court
State:
NH
County:
COOS
Street Address:
55 School St.
City:
Lancaster
Zip Code:
3584
Phone:
855-212-1234
Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8:00AM - 4:00PM
Judge:
Hon. Peter H. Bornstein 
Clerk:
David P. Carlson
Clerk Phone:
603-788-4702
Parking:
When you arrive, please park in the public parking lot located on the left side of the building. Do not park in the back of the building.
Directions:
From the Nashua, Manchester, Concord Area: Take Interstate 93 North through Franconia Notch. Take Exit 35 (Twin Mountain, Lancaster). Follow Route 3 North all the way to Lancaster (26 miles). Courthouse is on the left after Post Office (School St.).From the Seacoast Area: Take Route 16 to Gorham, NH. In Gorham take Route 2. Follow Route 2 all the way to Lancaster. Route 2 connects to Route 3 in Lancaster. Courthouse on left after Post Office (School St.).From the Berlin/Gorham Area: Take Route 2 to Lancaster. Route 2 connects to Route 3 in Lancaster. Courthouse on left after Post Office (School St.).From Northern NH (Pittsburg, Colebrook, Stratford) Area: Take Route 3 South to Lancaster. Courthouse on right before Post Office (School St.).From Keene, Claremont, Lebanon Area: Take Interstate 91N to St. Johnsbury, VT: Take Route 2 to Lancaster. Route 2 connects to Route 3 in Lancaster. Courthouse on right before Post Office (School St.).
Restrictions:
There is a dress code for jurors. Do not wear torn clothing, shorts, cut-offs, tee shirts, tank tops or clothing with slogans or written expressions. Your clothes should be neat, clean and comfortable.
Forms and Filing:
https://www.courts.nh.gov/resources/forms-and-fees
Divisions Services:
https://www.courts.nh.gov/our-courts/superior-court
Languages:
Multiple
Special Access:
Under state and federal law, a service animal is allowed to accompany a disabled individual in all areas of the building where court users are normally allowed to go. Please be advised that a service animal is a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. “Comfort,” “therapy,” or “emotional support” animals do not meet the definition of a service animal because they have not been trained to do work or perform a specific task related to a person’s disabilities.
Jury Service:
https://www.courts.nh.gov/jurors
ADA:
Mary Ann Dempsey, ADA Coordinator
ADA Phone:
603-271-9904
ADA Fax / Email:
mdempsey@courts.state.nh.us
About Additional Info:
There are 11 Superior Courts throughout the State of New Hampshire. Each county is represented by one Superior Court, with the exception of Hillsborough County, which has two courts, a northern and southern location.
Coos County Superior Court
55 School St., 3584, Lancaster, New Hampshire