First published on April 6, 2017. Updated on December 20, 2018. For the latest on what’s happening LA visit: https://www.onelegal.com/blog/whats-happening-with-la-efiling-an-update/ Los Angeles Superior Court has launched its long-awaited electronic court filing system, starting with eFiling in Probate cases in May 2017 and
A look at the most important updates to California state and local rules of court. New eFiling mandates, changes to eService, and more.
Los Angeles Civil eFiling is here! Have you bookmarked all the critical links you need to succeed with electronic court filing in the new year?
Straight from the Court and our in-house experts, here are more eFiling processes for Los Angeles and how to fulfill each requirement.
Updated information from the court on key eFiling processes that must be considered as legal professionals transition to electronic court filing in Los Angeles.
How does electronic service work when electronically filing court documents in Los Angeles? Get started on the rules and requirements of California eService.
You’ve successfully eFiled your document–now what? Learn more about the behind the scenes workings of Los Angeles eFiling after you click submit.
How do you create legal documents for eFiling? Review the most important details about digital documents and start training your team to create documents that will be eFiling-ready.
eFiling basics and specifics for Los Angeles filers. Learn about filing processes and what to expect when working with an EFSP to file documents with the court.
eFiling in Los Angeles court is fast approaching. We’ve gathered the top 10 resources you’ll need to get your firm prepared and your filers confident in the new processes.
The Los Angeles Superior Court (LASC) has announced new dates for the implementation of eFiling of legal documents filed in the Civil Division. UPDATED 12/20/18: The most recent timeline from LASC has the following eFiling implementation plans: Permissive eFiling in
One Legal becomes a preferred electronic court filing provider of the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA) Lawyers in Los Angeles gearing up for the introduction of electronic filing now have an additional benefit to help them start to take
While some states make the plunge into electronic court filing all together and all at once, the state of California has opted to let each county decide if and how and when its courts will make the transition. As of
Hello San Mateo County! Many may remember an experimental eFiling endeavor several years ago when courts allowed documents to be eFiled. While that program was later rescinded, San Mateo County is now rejoining 18 other California court systems to permit electronic