Family Law e-filing
DISCLAIMER: Protect Your Privacy
Many filed documents are viewable by the general public through the Court's eCourt Public Portal and/or at the courthouse. It is the sole responsibility of the filer to ensure that confidential identifiers are properly omitted or redacted prior to transmission. [California Rule of Court, rule 1.201]
Pursuant to Local Rule 7.2 the Family Law division is implementing mandatory electronic filing (e-filing) for attorneys and providing the option of e-filing to self-represented litigants. Attorneys may elect to begin e-filing as of the dates shown below.
The implementation schedule for Family Law e-filing is as follows:
|Type||Voluntary Date||Mandatory Date|
|All Family Case Types||TBD||6 weeks from Voluntary date|