ELECTRONIC FILING IN FAMILY LAW EXPANDING, ACCEPTING MORE DOCUMENT TYPES FOR EFILING

Conformed Copies Now Returned Electronically for Efiled Orders & Judgments
Beginning today, attorneys and self-represented litigants (SLRs) can electronically file (efile) Qualified Domestic Relations Orders of Support (QDROS), judgments and all proposed orders in Family Law to the Court for processing. Pursuant to General Order 2022-GEN-009-00, these filings are no longer exempt from efiling by attorneys. Once the efiled orders are processed, the Court will email the submitting party the conformed copies from No-ReplyCourtNotify@lacourt.org. The submitting party is required to serve all other parties. By expanding efiling in Family Law, the Court continues to provide court users efficient and convenient options for resolving their matters without having to come to court while enhancing the Court’s ability to maintain complete and easily accessible records.
SRLs may continue to submit all documents in paper form. After processing, the Court will mail conformed copies to the submitting SRL party, who will then be required to serve all other parties. Requests for restraining orders may continue to be efiled or filed in person. All orders and judgments are still available for viewing after processing through the Attorney Portal and on public terminals in the courthouses.
 

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