Notice: eFiling Available in Monterey & Santa Cruz Superior Courts
Monterey & Santa Cruz Superior Courts are now accepting Electronic Filing for all case types except Criminal.
The following courts continue to require eFiling:
Merced (Civil only)
Orange County (for all case types)
San Francisco (Civil and Probate Trusts, subsequent documents only)
San Luis Obispo County (Civil Limited and Probate)
Santa Barbara (all case types, Santa Barbara courthouse only)
The following superior courts also accept eFiling:
Los Angeles County (Civil Personal Injury only)
Although eFiling is mandatory in some courts, you are not required to use the court portal or any specific vendor. As part of our ezFile Solution, First Legal has been eFiling court documents for over 9 years – delivering the most comprehensive and cost-effective program in the industry.
With ezFile there are 3 ways to eFile your documents:
Email – Our most popular option preferred by 98% of our clients. Simply email your filings to email@example.com and we’ll do the rest.
First Connect- First Legal Network is a direct Electronic Filing Service Provider with the Orange County Superior Court. At this time, we are processing Civil, Probate & Mental Health cases. Look for direct eFiling in many new courts when our Odyssey* portal comes online by March 2016.
“On Behalf” Option – Simply upload your documents via First Connect and we’ll file ‘On Your Behalf’.
Not sure if a court requires a document to be eFiled? Just email us the document or upload it via First Connect and we’ll handle the rest. If a document can be eFiled, we’ll process it accordingly, if not, we’ll print the document and deliver to the court as a standard filing (also called a PDF/Fax Filing Service).
Our Customer Service Representatives are available to help you through the process. Call us Today at 877.399.5562
*Odyssey is the Case Management System used in several courts throughout California. When completed in Q1 2016, the First Legal portal will allow direct filing into the court’s Odyssey system. First Legal can eFile in these courts today using options 1 & 3 above.