As of June 1, 2020 eFiling is mandatory for civil, civil complex, criminal, and small claims cases in San Mateo Superior Court. For people new to eFiling, the filer must select an electronic filing service provider (EFSP) as a platform to submit your documents to the court. Choose CourtFiling.net as your trusted EFSP! CourtFiling.net offers […]
It’s official, as of May 26, 2020, San Diego Family Law Courts are accepting the electronic filing of court documents. eFilings are in their permissive stage, meaning you are allowed to file documents electronically. Given the many changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is likely that the courts will make eFiling mandatory as soon […]
Due to the COVID-19 global health pandemic, many attorneys and paralegals are struggling to understand how their practice may be affected. In this webinar, Cook County Clerk of Court Dorothy Brown and her division leaders covered a range of topics.
COVID-19 continues to spread across the country and additional measures are being taken in the legal community to minimize the risk of the infection. Various state-level courts are implementing new rules and regulations to help flatten the curve. In turbulent times like this, it is imperative that attorneys and legal professionals continue to check in with […]
As of January 24, 2020, eFiling, or the electronic submission of documents to the court, is voluntary in Zionsville Town Court (Boone County). Join the movement and save yourself some time and money by using CourtFiling.net as your trusted Electronic Filing Service Provide (EFSP). An EFSP is a portal that interacts with the Courts Electronic […]
As of January 21, 2020 eFiling is mandatory for both family law and probate cases in California’s San Mateo Superior Court. Permissive eFiling is still available for complex civil, civil, small claims, and criminal cases. Before you start eFiling, you must select an electronic filing service provider (EFSP) as a platform to submit your documents […]
Pursuant to the Superior Court of the State of California, County of Sonoma, Local Rules 18.22, electronic filing (eFiling), is now mandatory for all attorneys in Sonoma County for Civil, Probate, and Family matters. The permissive eFiling era has come to an end, as Sonoma County follows the trends of going paperless with mandatory electronic […]