There have been further updates to the roll-out of the Courts Service appointment-booking service project.
This introduces an appointment-booking service that allows the public to visit a Courts Service office, at a time and date that suits them.
This service is relevant to non-urgent matters only.
Urgent matters do not require an appointment.
The appointment booking service has gone live since Monday (11 September) at the following sites:
- Bray Court Office,
- Clonmel Court Office,
- Naas Court Office.
What it means
From this week, an appointment can be scheduled in advance of visiting these offices for a range of services/queries.
These changes will provide users with:
- Access to an online booking system 24/7 to make an appointment to visit the office at a date and time that suits them,
- Reduced waiting times,
- Provision of the correct members of staff to deal with relevant services/queries.
Please note, an appointment is not needed to make an application under domestic violence legislation – this remains a walk-in service.
For those without access to email or online services, the office can be contacted directly to make an appointment, if the user wishes to do so:
- Bray Court Office: 01 274 4800,
- Clonmel Court Office: 052 6129183,
- Naas Court Office: 045 980 120.
Find out more
You can visit the appointment booking page on Courts.ie to see all offices where the appointment service is now live, as well what types of appointments can be made for each location.
From this week, these three latest offices will also appear on this page for booking.