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Category: Illinois

Paralegal Voice Podcast: How to Prepare for eFiling

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.

  • Oct 23, 2018
  • Illinois
  • by Tisha Delgado

Filing Documents Under Seal in Cook County

Read our guide to correctly eFile documents under seal (confidential information) in Cook County, Illinois.

  • Oct 22, 2018
  • Illinois
  • by Tisha Delgado

Appearances and Jury Demands in Winnebago County eFiling

Follow our guide to eFile Appearances and Jury Demands in Winnebago County, IL to ensure your papers are not rejected.

Cook County New Website Rollout

Cook County, Illinois displayed their new website and its features to help make eFiling help easy and accessible.

Setting up a Hearing Date in Will County, IL

In Will County, Illinois, you must eFile the corresponding paperwork and schedule a date on the county website to properly schedule a hearing for your court case.

  • Sep 10, 2018
  • Illinois
  • by Tisha Delgado

Illinois eFiling during an Outage or Technical Failure

During potential eFiling outages in Illinois, contact your eFiling service provider to confirm if the outage. If it is down, save your work to a digital file and travel to the courthouse. Otherwise, wait for the system to be up and running agin.

  • Sep 10, 2018
  • Illinois
  • by Tisha Delgado

eFiling Exhibits in Dupage County, IL

To properly eFile exhibits in Dupage County, Illinois, there are specific requirements that must be met regarding the Exhibit Cover Sheet.

Opening a New Case in Cook County’s Probate Division

CourtFiling.net contributing editor Tisha Delgado shares how to properly eFile new cases in Cook County’s Probate Division.

Routine Motions in Cook County, IL

In Cook County, a “routine” motion is a basic, general motion. For your routine motion to be approved, you must now electronically file these motions.

  • Aug 16, 2018
  • Illinois
  • by CourtFiling.net

eFiling not Mandatory in Domestic Violence Cases in Cook County

For now, eFiling is not mandatory in domestic violence courthouses in Cook County, IL.


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