St. Louis County Courts

The forms listed below can be used by attorneys and litigants for cases filed in the 21st Judicial Circuit. Not all forms used by the court will be made available on the Internet. Be advised that some forms, require more than one copy to be filed. It is your responsibility to provide the court with the appropriate number of copies.

Important Note:
Forms must be printed one form per page.  The Circuit Clerk's Office will not accept forms that are printed on both sides of the page.  See Local Court Rule 3.2.

Please Note:
These forms are approved for use in St. Louis County Circuit Court - 21st Judicial Circuit. The forms may not necessarily be approved for use in other Missouri Circuit Courts. To provide excellent customer service, some services and programs listed on this page are provided by St. Louis County and some by the State of Missouri or other agency.

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Adult Abuse Order of Protection Packet

Contains the necessary forms to file an adult order of protection.

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Child Order of Protection Packet

Contains all necessary forms to file a child order of …

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Dismissing Adult Order of Protection

Contains helpful information if you are considering dismissing your petition for order of protection or full order of protection.

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Domestic Violence Court Risk Assessment

A tool used by the judge in intimate partner domestic violence situations to measure some characteristics of an alleged batterer to predict the likelihood of reoccurring abuse and the danger that a potential batterer may pose.

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Domestic Violence Filing a Motion for Contempt

If you believe that your Order of Protection has been violated and you want the Court’s assistance, you will need to file a “MOTION FOR CONTEMPT,” which asks the judge to hold the other person (the Respondent) in “contempt of court” for violating a valid court order.

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Filing a Motion for Contempt Questions and Answers

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Motion for Contempt – Failure to Return Property

If you believe that your Order of Protection has been violated by failing to return property and want the Court’s assistance, you can ask the judge to hold the other person (the Respondent) in contempt of court.

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Motion for Contempt – NonPayment

If you believe that your Order of Protection has been violated by failing to pay a money judgment and you want the Court’s assistance, you can ask the judge to hold the other person (the Respondent) in contempt of court.

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Motion for Criminal Contempt

If you believe that your Order of Protection has been violated by failing to comply with the provisions/terms and want the Court’s assistance, you can ask the judge to hold the other person (the Respondent) in contempt of court.

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Officers Serving Petitions and Ex Parte Orders in Abuse Cases

Instructions to a police officer serving a petition and ex parte order in an abuse case and the officer’s written statement indicating personal service on the respondent.

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Volunteer Application for Domestic Violence Court

If you wish to become a volunteer advocate in the St. Louis County Domestic Violence Court, complete the application.

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