The Los Angeles Civil Courts have excluded the following documents from E-filing. These documents can be submitted for filing in the Clerk’s Office of the Civil Division between the office hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. or by mail.
Category: Los Angeles
Self-represented litigants are not mandated to electronically file documents; however, they may choose to do so if desired.
If the Los Angeles County Superior Court grants a litigant a fee waiver on the case they are filing into, then upon clicking the confirm fee calculation link at the bottom of the filing, the system will show $0.00 in fees.
These instructions are to Initiate a New Case in the Los Angeles Civil Courts—meaning this case is brand new, and does not exist yet in any court.
These instructions are to File on an Existing Case in the Los Angeles Civil Courts—meaning this case already exists in the court system.
The Los Angeles County Superior Court has shared the following frequently asked questions to assist filers e-filing new cases, or into existing cases, in the civil courts.
The Los Angeles Superior Court will soon begin implementing electronic filing (efiling) of all documents filed in the Civil Division.
The Los Angeles Superior court has released its top five (5) reasons for rejecting a probate filing in an effort to help improve the service offered to attorneys and prevent unnecessary rejections.
The Los Angeles Superior Court receives many questions from Probate attorneys over concerns on the status of Proposed Orders. The LASC recommends the following steps to improve the chances of the acceptance for these orders upon first submission.