Rejection. After all the hard work you’ve put into preparing and submitting your eFiling document to Los Angeles Civil, the worst can still happen. If it isn’t completely and correctly prepared for filing within state and local guidelines, a court
Part 2 of the series dispelling frequent myths about eFiling and eService. Maximize your court filing practices with the facts behind the misconceptions.
Who rejects your documents? Do judges still print? When will conformed copies get returned? Let’s demystify these myths about eFiling and eService.
If you entered the legal profession prior to this millennium, you likely remember how crucial the “court runner” was to your firm’s day-to-day operations. Whether they were serving documents on an opposing party or filing pleadings with a court clerk,
You’ve painstakingly prepared your documents—double checking for all-too-common mistakes—and have carefully filed with the court using a certified EFSP. You sigh with relief, another filing = done. But wait. You open your inbox the next day to find a notification
As Illinois adopts a statewide eFiling system, they’ve also standardized a list of issues that might cause a court filing to be rejected and returned to the filer. Below is a full list of possible court filing rejection reasons listed
Congratulations, LA eFilers! You made it to the 90-day mark of filing documents electronically with the Probate courts in Los Angeles County. During these last few months, we know that there have probably been growing pains, as electronic filing requirements
Receiving notification that your court filing has been rejected by the clerks can be seriously frustrating. In terms of time, cost, and risk to your professional reputation we’re sure it’s an annoyance you could do without. It happens, though. And,
Here at One Legal, we know a bit about getting court documents filed accurately and on time. That means we also have the inside scoop on how to avoid rejected court filings. In 2015, we filed over 600,000 documents in