Select Ex Parte for the document type when e-Filing. This allows the court to expedite that filing.
Category: Los Angeles
The Court does not electronically serve other parties on behalf of another party. You will need to Create a Serve Only filing in our system to e-serve a party or parties.
Once a judicial officer reviews and signs a proposed order, our system will email that copy to the efiler, and it will also appear in the document section of the accepted filing which is accessed from the Filing Status screen.
Once the Court accepts your proposed order, our service will email it back to the submitting party, and will appear in the accepted filing which is accessed from the Filing Status page..
In certain instances, and pursuant to the General Order Re Mandatory Electronic Filing for Civil, printed courtesy copies must be submitted to the Court.
For initial complaints or petitions in Los Angeles Unlimited Civil cases, the accepted documents will have the case number and judicial officer assignment information on the face page.
When initiating a complaint or petition in Los Angeles Civil Courts, you may submit a fee waiver application at the same time in the same envelope.
Hearing Dates for motions in non-Complex Unlimited Civil, Limited Civil Collections, and non-Collections cases in Los Angeles can only be scheduled using the Case Reservation System (CRS).
If you select the wrong court location when you e-file a document, the court will reject the filing, and our system will electronically notify you of the rejection. You can then resubmit the filing with the proper filing location.
Upon acceptance of a case initiation filing, the Los Angeles Civil Courts assigns a case number and judicial officer. This information appears on the top of the first page of the document.