The Easiest and Most Efficient Way to e-File Your Documents Online
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Convert to PDF
Our Team will convert your documents to PDF for you! Simply upload your documents to the portal and we will produce high-quality text searchable PDF's that many of the courts require.
Once you've submitted your documents on our portal, our system will automatically send you a copy of what you filed. You will then receive file stamped documents once the filing has been accepted by the court.
While you are not able to access all of the information to pull records etc. When you e-file with us, you get Instant access to a summary of information that includes Party names, Judge Assignments, and Historical e-Filing Activity.
Service of Process
Simply add your service contacts and we'll provide electronic service of process of your documents at no additional charge. If you need to have somebody served in person we have a nationwide network of quality professionals standing by complete your service in a timely and diligent manner.
The 123efile system allows you to generate detailed activity reports. You can look up case fees, client matter numbers and case types to help you find the information you need regarding your time-sensitive case.
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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.