Supreme Court Help Center

Help Center

The Ninth Judicial District Court Help Center provides free court and procedural information to pro se litigants. They are neutral parties who cannot give legal advice or tell you the best way to handle your case.

The Help Center staff can provide information about the Supreme Court on the following topics:

  • how to commence cases
  • how to answer cases
  • basics of filling out court forms
  • court procedure
  • referrals to appropriate state agencies and community organizations
  • finding the appropriate court

Contact Information

Supreme Court Help Center


From February 9th though February 26th, the Supreme Court Help Center will be closed. Its regular hours will resume on February 27th.

In the meantime, please direct your questions about the court process to the 9th JD Virtual Help Center (see the contacts below), to your county supreme court or to Ask a Law Librarian at


Westchester County Courthouse
111 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
White Plains, NY 10601

Monday through Thursday
9:30 am - 12:00 pm, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Virtual Court Help

9JD Virtual Help Center

[email protected]
(if known, please provide the name of the court and county related to your question.)


Free Legal Assistance by phone/web.
CourtHelp when you don't have a lawyer.
Ask a Law Librarian for legal research.

Informational webpage for Evictions Outside New York City
Responding to an Eviction during the COVID-19 pandemic

Electronic Document Delivery System (EDDS

This system lets you electronically deliver PDF documents to the court. If you do not have a lawyer and have not made your court papers, visit the CourtHelp website or the DIY (Do-It-Yourself) Forms page.

Send a Document with EDDS