Electronic Filing - Pro Se Litigant (Guide & File)
The county is currently transitioning to a new eFile reviewer tool as required by the State eFiling vendor due to the deprecation of Silverlight. This may result in delays in processing filings while we adjust to the new system. This transition will NOT impact the file stamp time received. We thank you for your patience as we transition.
Electronic Filing, a voluntary program, allows attorneys and citizens to file Small Claims, Evictions, Debt Claims, and many other types of Civil Filings electronically over the internet from the convenience of a home or office computer.
This solution greatly increases the efficiency of court operations and allows people to use a credit or debit card to pay for civil court costs. Once your eFiling is accepted by the clerk, you will receive a confirmation message and file-stamped copy via email. You may still file in person at our office or by regular mail.
The following links will Guide a Pro Se Litigant through completing a formal complaint up to and including filing.