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12/28/17 Update: The eCheck payment method was disabled through the Orange County Court. The issue has now been resolved and the eCheck payment method will be enabled for use on December 29, 2017.
As of 12-20-17, We Are Currently E-filing the Following Case Types in These 19 California Counties: 1. Alameda – Permissive for Criminal & Family (Juvenile Dependency only) 2. Butte – Permissive for Family (Juvenile Dependency only) 3. Calaveras – Permissive for Civil, Family, Probate & Mental Health 4. Fresno – Mandatory for Civil Unlimited, Family, Probate & …SEE MORE
As of July 1, 2017, e-filing is now mandatory in the Supreme Court and all five districts of the Appellate Court. In addition, all 102 trial courts are to transmit the record on appeal through e-filing to their respective reviewing court. As of January 1, 2018, all civil cases shall be e-filed in the …SEE MORE
E-filing is now available for more than 40 case types in all three appellate courts and in trial courts in 62 of the 92 Indiana counties. Please see below for upcoming changes to e-filing in Indiana. I. E-filing is now permissive and is set to become mandatory* in the following Indiana courts on the …SEE MORE