The two counties started offering the services this month as the state continues to expand the program.
Attorneys using eFiling can electronically file their case materials in Word document, or as a PDF or TIF, in to the state’s electronic case management system. It requires no special software to file cases and attorneys can file with the court without having to pay for postage. It will also help judges and court staff view and work from the most up to date documents from anywhere with Internet access.
More information on eFiling and eService, including what counties are participating in the program is available here.