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Long Island Courts


Courts on Long Island by County

We only practice landlord tenant law in Nassau County and Suffolk County, Long Island New York.

These are the relevant Long Island Courts for evictions related matters.

Nassau County, New York

Nassau County District Court

99 Main Street
Hempstead, NY 11550
📞 (516) 493-4113

Nassau co. Supreme Court

Nassau County Supreme Court

100 Supreme Ct Dr
Mineola, NY 11501
📞 (516) 493-3400

Western Suffolk County, New York

Suffolk county district court ronkonkoma

Suffolk County 1st & 5th District Court, Ronkonkoma

3105 Veterans Memorial Highway
Ronkonkoma, New York, 11779
📞 (631) 854-9673
📠 (631) 854-9681

Suffolk County 2nd District Court, Lindenhurst

30 East Hoffman Avenue
Lindenhurst, New York, 11757
📞 (631) 854-1121
📠 (631) 854-1127

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Suffolk County 3rd District Court, Huntington

1850 New York Avenue
Huntington Station, New York, 11746
📞 (631) 854-4545
📠 (631) 854-4549

Suffolk co. District Court Smithtown

Suffolk County 4th District Court, Smithtown

725 Veterans Memorial Highway
Smithtown, New York, 11787
📞 (631) 853-5408
📠 (631) 853-5951

Suffolk County 6th District Court, Patchogue

150 West Main Street
Patchogue, New York, 11772
📞 (631) 854-1440
📠 (631) 854-1444

Suffolk co. Supreme Court

Suffolk County Supreme Court, Riverhead

1 Court Street
Riverhead, NY 11901
📞 (631) 740-3850

Eastern Suffolk County, New York

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Riverhead Town Court

210 Howell Avenue
Riverhead, New York, 11901
📞 (631) 727-3200

East Hampton Town Justice Court

East Hampton Town Court

159 Pantigo Road
East Hampton, New York, 11937
📞 (631) 324-4134
📠 (631) 324-4132

Southampton Town Justice Court, Southampton, NY

Southampton Town Court

32 Jackson Avenue
Hampton Bays, New York, 11946
📞 (631) 702-2998
📠 (631) 728-2954

southold town justice court

Southold Town Court

53095 New York State Route 25
Southold, New York, 11971
📞 (631) 765-1852
📠 (631) 765-3898

Shelter Island Town Justice Court

Shelter Island Town Court

46 North Ferry Road
Shelter Island, New York, 11964
📞 (631) 749-8989
📠 (631) 749-2504

More About the Courts on Long Island, New York

Long Island, New York is part of the 10th Judicial District of the New York State Unified Court System. The court system on Long Island is made up of a variety of courts that handle different types of cases. Here is an overview of the courts on Long Island, New York:
  1. Supreme Court: The Supreme Court on Long Island is a court of general jurisdiction that hears civil cases with claims over $25,000, as well as felony criminal cases. There are two Supreme Court locations on Long Island, one in Nassau County and one in Suffolk County. The Supreme Court is also divided into several specialized parts, such as the Commercial Division, Matrimonial Part, and Mental Hygiene Part, among others.
  2. County Court: The County Court on Long Island is responsible for hearing criminal cases, including felonies and misdemeanors. The County Court also hears some civil cases, such as civil commitments for mental illness and drug addiction. The County Court is located in both Nassau and Suffolk counties.
  3. District Court: The District Court on Long Island handles traffic violations, small claims cases, and civil cases with claims up to $15,000. The District Court also has a criminal division that hears misdemeanors and some lesser offenses. There are several District Court locations in both Nassau and Suffolk counties.
  4. Family Court: The Family Court on Long Island hears cases related to family and domestic relations, including child custody, child support, adoption, and abuse and neglect cases. The Family Court has locations in both Nassau and Suffolk counties.
  5. Surrogate’s Court: The Surrogate’s Court on Long Island handles cases related to wills, estates, and trusts. It also handles guardianship cases for minors and adults who are unable to care for themselves. The Surrogate’s Court has locations in both Nassau and Suffolk counties.
In addition to these courts, Long Island also has specialized courts, such as the Drug Court, Mental Health Court, and Veterans Court, which are designed to address specific issues and provide specialized services to defendants. Overall, the court system on Long Island is designed to provide access to justice and ensure that disputes are resolved fairly and efficiently.