E-Filing allows an attorney or an authorized user with a valid account to file pleadings against an existing case or to file a new case over the internet. If the filing requires a deposit the user will be required to submit payment at the time of filing. Once the filing is submitted to the Clerk of Courts, a Clerk will review the filing and either accept or reject the filing. The filer will receive an email indicating the decision by the Clerk.
E-Filing Training Videos
Clerk of Courts E-Filing Training - Filing Court of Appeals Original Actions & Notices of Appeal
Clerk of Courts E-Filing Training - Standards & Requirements, Getting Started
Clerk of Courts E-Filing Training – Filing on an Existing Case and Filing a New Case
Clerk of Courts E-Filing Training - Account Setting and Options
Clerk of Courts E-Filing Training - Rejections and Proposed Orders