Many of the documents a user downloads from the Court’s web site are “Secured”.
Category: Electronic Filing
When e-filing a Writ with the court, the Court specifically prescribes the list of documents available in the Document Type field.
There may be instances when filers see that more than one charge is pending for once for a single filing.
Aside from scheduled maintenance on the court’s part and our service’s part, you may e-File 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. However, the courts only review the filings during normal business hours Monday thru Friday.
Some rejections come with initials at the end of the rejection reason in the filing. Those are the initials of the filing clerk who reviewed it.
Our e-filing application is 100% cross browser compatible. The application functions as needed in all major browsers.
When electronically service a person, sometimes the email is invalid. If this happens, you will receive an email notification that the service contact is unable to receive notifications. If this happens you need to serve the party via US Mail or a process server.
Individual Account for Self-Represented Litigants, Out-Of State Attorneys, or Legal Service Providers
For filers who are not an attorney, have a bar id in the state they wish to e-file into, or are staff for a law firm, they may still e-file using our system.
When the court processes a user’s filing, they send a notice to the email address associated with the account.
Here’s a list of Hardware and Software requirements for using our e-filing app.