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 […]
As of December 31, 2019 Franklin City Court (Johnson County) eFiling is now mandatory for initial and subsequent filings.
As of December 3rd, 2019 Lawrenceburgh City Court (Dearborn County) eFiling is now mandatory for initial and subsequent filings.
As of October 9, 2019, the electronic submission of documents and pleadings to the court, also known as eFiling, is now mandatory for attorneys in Sullivan County, IN. CourtFiling.net is a filing platform designed for fast, easy, and efficient eFiling of documents and pleadings. We offer a variety of services including 24/7 live support, eService, […]
Voluntary filings are available as of August 9, 2019 in Sullivan County, Indiana.
Criminal subsequent filings are available in San Mateo County, California starting August 5th 2019.
A recent post from the Chicago Bar Association discusses the new re:SearchIL platform, a much-needed solution for attorneys eFiling throughout Illinois.
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