Choose which Civil Complaint Form Matches Your Case

Civil Complaint Forms:

     There are 14 different civil complaint forms to choose from below, depending on your circumstances.  They all contain very similar content, so as you’re filling out the one that best applies to your case, feel free to use this handy Civil Complaint Form Self-Help Walkthrough which has links to all the legal term definitions you’ll come across.


     These are not criminal complaint forms.  If you don’t know the difference, read this.  Depending on your circumstances, you may need to file a civil complaint and criminal complaint!

     Fist off, here is the basic civil complaint form:

#1.) Complaint for a Civil Case

     The other 13 forms to choose from are listed below, and beneath each one is a link to definitions and explanation regarding the unique aspect of that form.  Coupled with the Civil Complaint Form Self-Help Walkthrough, this should be all the information you need to get started:

#2.) Complaint and Request for Injunction

#3.) Complaint for a Civil Case Alleging Breach of Contract

  • Contract – a written agreement between two or more parties creating obligations enforceable &/or recognized at law.

#4.) Complaint for a Civil Case Alleging Negligence

#5.) Complaint for a Civil Case Alleging that the Defendant Owes the Plaintiff a Sum of Money

#6.) Complaint for Employment Discrimination

#7.) Complaint for Violations of Fair Labor Standards

#8.) Complaint for Specific Performance or Damages Based on a Contract to Convey Real Property

#9.) Complaint for the Conversion of Property

  • Trover – recovery damages for property wrongfully taken & sold, given away, lost, etc.

#10.) Third Party Complaint

#11.) Complaint for Interpleader and Declaratory Relief

#12.) Complaint for Review of Social Security Decision

#13.) Complaint for Violation of Civil Rights (Prisoner)

#14.) Complaint for Violation of Civil Rights (Non-Prisoner) [1]


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[1]: United States Courts, “Civil Forms”:


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