On October 1, 2018, Dorothy Brown, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, introduced the clerk’s new website.
If you are not familiar with Will County’s procedures, it can be difficult to find the information to schedule a hearing but using this guide, you can find the information you need to complete eFiling your hearing in CourtFiling.net.
According to the Supreme Court of Illinois Electronic Filing Procedures User Manual, if you are unable to eFile due to a technical failure or a system outage, and you have a filing deadline, you will need to “seek appropriate relief from the Court, upon good cause shown.”
eFiling exhibits in the Dupage County court system require some specifications that, if not applied properly, may result in a rejected filing.
To comply with the new electronic filing procedure for Cook County’s Probate Division, you will have to submit your paperwork in two separate filings. CourtFiling.net contributing editor Tisha Delgado shares how.
In Cook County, a “routine” motion is a basic, general motion. An attorney would file a routine motion to get permission from the judge to use a simple procedure to move the case along.
For now, eFiling is not mandatory in domestic violence courthouses in Cook County, IL.
Filing Citations to Discover Assets and Garnishments in Cook County, Illinois’ eFiling system requires some specifications that, if not applied properly, may result in a rejected filing. To properly eFile these documents, make sure that your headers, case cross reference number, and return dates are completed correctly.
Spindling, or scheduling a hearing, has two steps for eFiling in Cook County, IL. Learn how to submit your Motion and Notice of Motion when scheduling your hearing.