eFiling for Family Law cases is now permissive in San Mateo Superior Courts.
Los Angeles Complex Civil eFiling’s mandatory date is now July 1st, 2019.
Requests for dismissals eFiled in the Stanley Mosk Courthouse are still allowed to be eFiled. However, the approved return will be physically mailed until the court backlog is cleared.
The LASC delayed mandatory eFiling dates for Complex Civil and Family Law cases to April and May of 2019, respectively.
Start eFiling your legal documents for your Unlimited and Complex Civil cases in Los Angeles Superior Court. CourtFiling.net is here to help you submit your documents accurately.
The Los Angeles Superior Court is currently experiencing delays processing paperwork for LA Civil eFilings. CourtFiling.net’s system remains fully operational, but the return of your documents may be slowed due to the court’s backlog.
While CourtFiling.net’s services are unaffected, Sacramento’s partial work stoppage may slow court procedures and affect the approval and rejection response for eFiled documents.
Courtesy copies serve as notifications that legal paperwork is eFiled into the court system. Some court departments/judges require courtesy copies are sent to them, but they cannot be electronically delivered. Rather, court department courtesy copies must be physically delivered with a paper copy.
Los Angeles Limited Civil eFiling is mandatory as of December 3rd, 2018. Use CourtFiling.net to electronically file your legal documents today!