Orange County Mandates e-filing for all Civil Cases – January 1, 2013

Court e-file, efiling in Orange CountyEffective January 1, 2013, Orange County Superior Court has mandated all documents filed in limited, unlimited and complex civil actions must be filed electronically. eFiling for all other civil and probate cases is encouraged, but not required. Additionally, California Rules of Court, rule 2.251 states that a party by electronically filing any document with the court thereby agrees to accept electronic service.

Electronically file your legal documents by Direct Legal Support, Inc. for secure e-Filing to courts that accept e-Filing, such as the California’s Superior Courts in Orange County. You can e-File multiple documents in a single case for a single transaction fee. Simply login to your account, upload your court documents through our site and we’ll provide you with a stamped, conformed copy upon acceptance from the court. Plus, we will advance your court filing fees and offer you 24/7 online document tracking. Click on the link to set-up an online account today!

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