MANDATORY EFILING OF FAMILY LAW CASES EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 15, 2021

Virtual Information Session for Attorneys, Legal Professionals and Electronic Filing Service Providers to be held October 1

The Family Law Division will implement mandatory electronic filing (efiling) for specified documents filed in Family Law cases in which litigants are represented by attorneys beginning Monday, November 15, 2021, as required per Presiding Judge Eric C. Taylor’s directive in General Order 2021-GEN-032-00, issued on September 17 (attached). Self-represented litigants also will have the option to efile as of November 15. Efiling provides efficiencies and enhances the Court’s ability to maintain complete and easily accessible records.

The Court will offer a virtual informational session on Friday, October 1 for attorneys, legal professionals and Electronic Filing Service Providers (EFSPs) to provide detailed information and answer questions. A recording of the information session and a Frequently Asked Questions document will be posted to the court’s website after the meeting.

Virtual Information Session: 12:15 – 1:15 p.m. on Friday, October 1

Detailed information about registering with an EFSP, exempt documents, common rejection reasons, proposed orders, and more will be provided. Use this link to join as an attendee for the Virtual Meeting.

The full court notice can be viewed here.

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