Texas eFiling standards defined by state supreme court

Rejected eFilings are a source of frustration for many legal secretaries, paralegals and attorneys across Texas. The Texas Supreme Court has issued new standards for rejected filings from the courts.  In an article on Texas eFiling, posted on Mondaq.com by Tate Hemingson of Strasburger & Price, L.L.P., Hemingson describes the rejection frustration felt by many filers.  He goes on to explain how the recently approved rejection codes in the Texas Supreme Court Judicial Committee on Information Technology Standards can offer some relief.

These new simplified rejection codes are to be used by the court clerks in their communication with the filer about a rejected filing. Improved communication about a rejection is what most filers are asking for from the courts. The new standards are made to ease the confusion and help filers understand what the court requires.

We aim to keep our customers aware of all the new standards and requirements from the courts as they are approved.

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