Filers may now request paper Courtesy Copy Delivery in select California courts directly in their filing when they e-file on a case. For those enabled courts, there will be a new section titled: Courtesy Copy Delivery.

See below about Submission Deadlines.

Request Courtesy Copy Delivery in a Filing

  1. Courtesy Copy Delivery – Check the box, “Yes, I would like to have courtesy copies delivered to the Court.” to enable delivery.
  2. Delivery Location – Enter the Court and Department / Judge to ensure correct delivery.
  3. Service Level – Filers may choose between Next Day Delivery and Same Day / Urgent. Pricing for these two types will vary from court to court.
  4. Confirm your delivery fees. Refunds are not given for rejected filings.

Submitted Orders

Once you submit the filing, our system immediately sends the documents to the serve manager we have for the court. You will not be able to cancel or edit the delivery once you submit the filing and refunds are not given for rejected filings.

Once the order is submitted, you will then be able to return to the filing and click the refresh link on the upper right of the screen. Then scroll back down to that and review the Service Status.

In courts where filers are allowed to cancel a filing, cancelling the filing does not cancel the Courtesy Copy Delivery order and the user will still be charged the Courtesy Copy Delivery fee.

Courtesy Copy Delivery Email Notifications

Courtesy Copy Delivery Email Notification

Once the delivery is complete, that status will update to delivered. Additionally our system will notify you via email upon completion of the delivery.

Submission Deadlines

To ensure the timeliness of all mail submissions, users must have their filing submitted to us by the following times during normal business hours:

  • Next-Day Delivery – 11:00 AM PT
  • Urgent Same-Day – 11:00 AM PT

Any filing submitted after these deadlines or on the weekend or court holiday will be considered as submitted on the next business day.

No refunds are given for rejected filings.