Howard Circuit and Superior Courts now mandate eFiling for all legal paperwork submitting to the county clerk. Get started eFiling with CourtFiling.net today!
Electronic filing (eFiling) is currently available in over 40 civil and criminal case types in Clinton Circuit and Superior Courts and the Pike Circuit Court. eFiling will be mandatory for attorneys in these courts for all filings in case types that permit it on Tuesday, July 16th. Check the Indiana Courts website for more information […]
Just shortly after Putnam County, Indiana mandated eFiling, the Miami County, Indiana followed suit. Starting May 14th, eFiling is now mandatory for all filed paperwork for legal cases in Miami Circuit & Superior Courts. CourtFiling.net, as a certified Indiana electronic filing service provider, can help lawyers, paralegals, and pro se litigants eFile their legal documents […]
Putnam Circuit & Superior Courts now require eFiling over traditional court filing methods. CourtFiling.net makes eFiling easy no matter your experience level.
eFiling is now required in Terre Haute and Wayne, Indiana Courts. Start electronically filing your paperwork with CourtFiling.net today!
eFiling is now mandatory in Indiana’s Lake Circuit and Superior Courts. Start filing your legal paperwork to the county clerk with CourtFiling.net.
As part of an initiative to expand eFiling for Indiana Juvenile CHINS (JC) cases, new data fields are being added into the party information fields.
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.
eFiling is now available for Elkhart County, Indiana.