Looking for the address of a particular courthouse? The web site of the National Center for State Courts can help.
The web site lists judicial branch links for each state, focusing on the administrative office of the courts, the court of last resort, any intermediate appellate courts, and each trial court level.
The site is super-simple to use. If you click on the list of letters that represent the first letter of the state, you will then see a list of links such as these:
Administrative Office of the Courts
Supreme Judicial Court
Court Structure Chart
The "Court Structure Chart" is especially interesting as it shows the hierarchy of the various courts.
The exact list of links will vary from one state to the next, depending on the court systems within that state. Clicking on any of the above links will display a list of all those courts in that state.
For instance, I clicked on "M" for Maine and then clicked on "Probate Courts." I then could view a listing of 16 probate courts, one in each of Maine's 16 counties. The listings only show street addresses, not telephone numbers.
The list may be found on the National Center for State Courts' web site at: http://www.ncsconline.org/D_KIS/info_court_web_sites.html