Learn how to File on an Existing Case in the Courts for the State of Illinois and electronically serve (e-serve) parties relevant documents.
Starting September 1st, self-represented litigants can submit a question and receive an answer from a pro bono lawyer through Illinois Free Legal Answers, an American Bar Association platform administered by PILI.
Dupage County’s Local Rule 5.06(b) allows users to e-file exhibits as either part of an envelope or separately.
Filers who need a hearing date in Will County, IL will want to include the hearing date, time, and location of the courtroom on their Motion and Notice of the Hearing when e-filing in our portal.
Find the up-to-date Illinois Circuit Court Fee Schedules for many of the Counties below. Click their link to visit the website or view the court’s PDF.