Once the Court processes your filing, they will generated an email notice to the email address associated with your account. The notice provides an indication as to whether the court has accepted or rejected your filing. If rejected, the court provides a reason for it so that you can make any necessary corrections and re-file the document.
Category: Electronic Filing
If your filing is still Pending, and the filing clerk has not begun their review of the filing, then you can cancel the filing.
The court does not impose a limit to the number of documents you can attach to a filing. However, there are two file size limitations.
Depending on the court, it can take as little as a minute, to a few hours, to a full business day to review your submission.
When in your filing, you can Add a Service Contact in the Service Contact section. If you do not have the opposing counsel’s email to serve them, you may do a search from a public list.
Once your filing is accepted, you will receive an email back with a file-stamped (conformed) copy attached. However, you may also view the file-stamped copy in our system as well.
When the court processes your filing, they send you a notice to the email address associated with your account. When they reject a filing, that notice provides a reason as to why they rejected it. That way, are able to better make any necessary corrections, and re-file the document.
If you find you need to add additional documents to a filing, and it is in a state of Processing or Pending, you can cancel the filing, add additional documents, and resubmit it.
Here’s a list of Hardware and Software requirements for using our e-filing app.
Silverlight, Microsoft’s web browser plugin, is not a requirement for the purpose of e-filing. While some government websites utilize the software, you do not need it to file in our system.