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.
Category: Electronic Filing
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.
Sometimes the Court rejects a filing because the document is too large
For many people, electronic filing can be an overwhelming experience; whether this is your first time filing, your secretary is sick and you need to get a filing to the court ASAP, or you just aren’t sure where to start. This article will take you through some of our most asked questions to help you file quicker and easier.
Electronic filing can be an overwhelming experience. To help assist you with your filing, here are some of our frequently asked questions new filers ask to help you file quicker and easier. This information covers the states of California, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, and Texas.
If the court rejects a filing, all service contacts receive an email notification from the state’s EFM. This let’s everyone know the court’s recalled the service.
If a filing is still Pending, and the filing clerk has not begun their review of the filing, then the user may cancel the filing.
If you find that optimizing, compressing, or reducing the file size of a PDF still results in a document too large for submission, some courts allow you to split up your into 2 or more PDFs.
Users may bookmark PDF documents with Adobe Acrobat for any document that contains an index; including appendices and exhibits in support of writ petitions.
Many courts prefer Text Searchable PDFs—some courts even require them be text searchable.