Court eFiling Made Easy!
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Our Office is open Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 5:30 p.m. PST Our Efiling Specialists are standing by to assist you. Give us a call today!
By Email:
You can send us an emal day or night, Our email is monitored throughout the working hours and you will generally get a response within 1 hour. 
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A special feature reserved mainly for technical issues is the Live Chat Support. Click the Button Below on the bottom, right-hand corner to begin a live chat with our advanced technical support team
Community Support on Social Media
We have customer support staff monitoring our Facebook Page, Facebook Efiling Support Group, and our Twitter Page. Feel free to read some of the frequently asked questions and visit our help center to learn more. 
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any other costs?
Yes. No matter the e-Filing Provider you choose, there will be the typical court filing fees mandated by the rules of court. If you choose to use a credit card instead of an ACH account, the court imposes convienience fees for those transactions and not all courts accept American Express. EFM (Electronic Filing Manager also charges a small fee that varies with each court. 
Do you also provide e-service to opposing counsel?
Yes. Each State has slightly different rules regarding e-Service, But it's an available feature when the documents you need to serve are being efiled with our portal. 
Do I need to worry about the size limits of the documents?
Yes. Again each state has it's own size limits but it ranges from 7MB to 35MB for a single document and 15MB to 100MB for the total of all documents in the filing submission. They need to be in a PDF format and there is no limit to the number of documents or pages submitted in a filing submission as long as you do not exeed the total file size limit and all the documents are intended for a single case that you are filing in. 
From The Newsletter
  •  Los Angeles County Limited Civil - e-filing is scheduled to begin in November 13, 2018
  •  Los Angeles County Unlimited Civil - e-filing is scheduled to begin in December 3, 2018
  •  Los Angeles County Family Court - e-filing is tentatively scheduled to begin in Q4, 2018
  •  Kern County, CA Superior Court - e-filing is scheduled to be Mandatory October 1st, 2018 for all Unlimited Cases
  •  Ten myths you thought were true about efiling- A quick list to keep things in perspective in the office. 
  •  Orange County Superior Court - Set to go live and mandatory by 2019
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