Even though eFiling has been live in Illinois for over a year, there are still many aspects to learn to avoid rejected paperwork.
A follow-up to an article about eFiling procedures for scheduling a new probate matter’s initial case management hearing date.
A recent post from the Chicago Bar Association discusses the new re:SearchIL platform, a much-needed solution for attorneys eFiling throughout Illinois.
Take note that eFileIL, Illinois’ state court eFiling system, will be taken offline at 12:00 p.m. noon on Friday, June 28th so plan accordingly.
The Litigation Section of the Illinois Paralegal Association will be hosting training and networking events regarding eFiling in Dupage County on June 5th and June 26th.
CourtFiling.net’s support team is here to answer your questions regarding Cook County and greater Illinois eFiling questions. Give our support team a call or read our support articles to learn more.
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.
To eFile confidentially and correctly, listen to this episode of the Paralegal Voice for helpful tips and tricks that can be used in courts across the country.
Read our guide to correctly eFile documents under seal (confidential information) in Cook County, Illinois.
Follow our guide to eFile Appearances and Jury Demands in Winnebago County, IL to ensure your papers are not rejected.
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