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You will need to select the "Proposed Order" as your filing code. Your submission will be forwarded to the court coordinator for review. The coordinator will add a note to the document regarding whether the proposed order will be submitted to the court for signature or will not be signed for some reason. The District Clerk’s office will "accept" the document which will provide you with the information regarding your submission. If the proposed order is signed by the Court, a copy will be emailed for faxed to you.
Please do not e-file orders on a case with a hearing, you will need to present your order to the judge at the hearing. This business process may possibly change so please check back for any updates.
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Yes, with very limited exceptions. E-filing is mandated for almost all documents filed by attorneys. Exceptions are listed in the Supreme Court rules.
Yes. View a list of approved EFSP’s and the services offered.
You must sign up to receive eService on each case individually. E-filing into a case or being the attorney of record does not mean you have signed up for eService.
You will have a "waiver" option for those instances where you are not required to make a payment.
Yes. Each document that needs a file-mark must be added as a separate lead document within a submission (envelope). Attachments are considered and treated as, exhibits to lead documents and are not file-marked.
Yes. Once for each cause number listed on the document.
It will not be. When accepted, your document is entered directly into the Case Management System and may not be altered. Your Notice of Hearing will need to be a separate e-filed submission.
Search by the keyword of your document. Example: Motion, Petition, Request, Affidavit, or Certificate. The clerk will modify your selection to reflect the closest title match for entry into the case management system.
Please call the clerk prior to your submission. A "hold" is placed on the total funds at the time of submission. Although the clerk may have the authority to add additional fees, the amount is not guaranteed therefore your submission will probably be rejected.