The following filings and/or case types are NOT ELIGIBLE for e-filing in the San Diego Civil Superior Courts at this time:
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Filers using a debit card as their payment type should be aware of how payment processors handle pre-authorization holds on the estimated fees displayed in the Filing Fees Section.
Motion Spindling is a term that the clerk within the Cook County Circuit Court uses to set a motion for a hearing date. Once your completed filing is pending with the court, you can request a hearing date in one of two ways.
If you request a hearing date (spindle a motion) on a pending filing, and court response returns no available dates, you will need to make sure you have properly filled out the Case Cross Reference Code properly. Besides your Cook County Attorney Code, you also need to add a second Case Cross Reference Code for the Motion Type.
Cook County Changes for Probate, Domestic Relations, and Domestic Violence (Civil) E-Filing Effective July 12, 2021
Cook County made changes to the eFileIL system that took effect on July 12, 2021 for their Probate, Domestic Relations, and Domestic Violence (Civil) Divisions.
These instructions are to File on an Existing Case in the Riverside Superior Courts—meaning this case already exists in the court system. If one does not exist yet, you will want to Initiate a New Case. These steps take you through the process of e-filing on an existing case in the Riverside, California Superior Courts, […]
1. Is eFiling mandatory? No, at this time eFiling is optional. It is anticipated that eFiling will be mandatory on September 1, 2021. At that time, litigants represented by attorney must eFile unless they have obtained a court order for exemption. 2. Is eSubmit still available? For Civil, eSubmit will be available during a short […]
Filers may copy Drafts; Accepted, Rejected, and Pending filings as well as Serve Only Filings for easier submission to the courts following these quick steps.
On June 26, 2021, the process to resubmit rejected filings in San Diego Superior Court Civil and Probate cases will change slightly. To resubmit these rejected filings, you will need to simply copy the filing first, then you may edit the new copy and submit it.
These instructions are to Initiate a New Case in the Riverside, California Superior Courts—meaning this case is brand new, and does not exist yet in any court.