The Los Angeles Superior Court — in accordance with California Rule of Court 3.1312 (c) — now requires all parties electronically filing (e-filing) proposed orders for Civil Division cases (except for small claims cases) to submit proposed orders as both a PDF (Portable Document File) AND as a separate editable word-processing file (Microsoft Word document […]
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1. HOW DOES EFILING WORK? Electronic filing of court documents occurs through an electronic filing service provider (EFSP). The hospital will create an account and the efiling system manages the flow of the documents to and from the Court. There is no fee for LPS-designated facilities. The hospital user/filer will submit the documents to the […]
These instructions are to initiate a new SMALL CLAIMS case in the Los Angeles Civil Court. If you have an existing Small Claims case number, you will want to file on that existing case—even if you have never filed on the case in our system before—following these instructions. VIEW CALIFORNIA SMALL CLAIMS FAQS HERE Table […]
Select the correct Filing Code to ensure proper routing of your proposed order in the Stanley Mosk Probate Court.
Permissive e-Filing starting March 1, 2023 On March 1, 2023, electronic filing will become available to attorneys and self-represented litigants in the Probate Division for Probate Letters in decedent, guardianship, and conservatorship matters, including: Letters of Special Administration Letters of Administration/Testamentary Letters of Conservatorship (Temporary and General) Letters of Guardianship (Temporary and General) Mandatory e-filing […]
In certain instances, and pursuant to Los Angeles Superior Court Local Rule and/or General Order, a courtesy copy must be submitted to the court on the same day the document is electronically filed, or if efiled after 5:00 p.m., immediately the next business day. If an opposition to an ex parte is filed after 4:00p.m. […]
In certain instances, and pursuant to the operative General Order Re Mandatory Electronic Filing for Family Law, nothing precludes a Judicial Officer from requesting a courtesy copy of a document electronically filed. For more information visit the court’s family law e-filing general order and / or frequently asked questions documents.
The EFSP Community and those eFiling in Los Angeles Superior Court Civil cases between February 17 and February 24, 2022.
During the time period between February 17 and February 24, 2022, there was an issue with the Journal Technologies E-Filing Manager (EFM) for Civil cases filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court. The problem was isolated to Los Angeles Superior Court Civil eFiling and did not affect any other courts services by the Journal Technologies […]
These instructions are to File on an Existing Case in the Los Angeles Civil Courts—meaning this case already exists in the court system.
In certain instances, and pursuant to the operative General Order Re Mandatory Electronic Filing for Civil, printed courtesy copies must be submitted to the Court.