Oct. 27, 2021

e-File Court documents

Effective August 17, 2020, the court requires legal documents to be submitted electronically (eFiling) in Civil, Family, Probate and subsequent filings in Criminal, Juvenile and DCSS cases. Pro pers are exempted from eFiling, however, they are strongly encouraged to use the File@Home and the eFile tool which assists in submitting documents properly and electronically. Prior to eFiling documents, a party should review the California Code of Civil Procedure 1010.6, Rules 2.250 and 5.552 of the California Rules of Court and Yolo Superior Court Emergency Local Rule 9.

A party must select an electronic filing service provider (EFSP) that acts as the intermediary between the party and the court to file documents. Each EFSP offers a variety of additional services and you should evaluate which provider meets your filing needs. Regardless of which EFSP chosen, once you register with an EFSP, there is no need to re-register if you choose another provider. You may use the same user name and password. In addition to those listed below, there are a number of EFSPs working to become certified, which will increase the number of EFSPs available in the coming months. Certain fees for eFiling are applicable.

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