Our eFiling service is the fast,
secure way to file your court documents.
The easiest way to eFile court documents.
The CourtFiling.net support team is available day or night by phone, email or live chat to answer your questions.
Let us convert your documents to PDF for you! Before filing, simply upload them for conversion and we’ll produce PDFs.
File stamped documents from the courts will be attached to your accepted notification email for easy access.
Instant access to case and party information, judge assignment, and a historical summary of eFiling activity.
Add your service contacts and we’ll provide electronic service of process of your documents at no additional charge.
Generate detailed activity reports on your filings at any time. View all associated fees and client matter numbers.
Love the easy-to-navigate dashboard that shows your recent cases. Just one click and you are ready to file into your case.
First month free for law firms and attorneys.
Law firms and their
support staff, or solo attorneys.
legal professionals, or individual filers.
* Some counties may vary.
** Free month only applies to CourtFiling.net service fees.
There may be additional charges for court filing fees, court eFiling service, and processing fees.
See pricing page for more details and associated costs.
Yes. In all eFiling implementations there will be the typical court filing fees mandated by each state’s court fee schedule. Other services, such as credit card convenience fees, or other Court or County mandated fees may apply.
Yes. In each state electronic service works slightly differently, but electronic service of eFiled documents is an available feature.
Yes. Again each state does have file size limits, and also requires your documents be submitted to the court in a PDF format. The file size limits do differ by state ranging from a max file size of 7MB to 35MB for a single document and 15MB to 100MB for the total of all documents in a filing submission. In all states, there is no limit to the number of documents or pages submitted in a filing submission as long as you do not exceed the total file size limit and all the documents are intended for a single case.