The first week of mandatory E-File is drawing to a close without major difficulty. I hope you are finding the Indiana E-File System to be easy to use and a more convenient way to file documents with the Court. I can assure you it is a much more convenient method for us to receive your filings.
To assist you and your staff, I attach a couple of documents. The first is E-File Frequently Asked Questions and the second is E-File User Guide. Both of these documents are a recent addition to the storehouse of information and resources available on the State Website for E-File Users. Those resources can be accessed at courts.in.gov/efile. Updates are regularly made to this website, so you will probably want to refer to it.
IEFS is a 24/7/365 opportunity to file documents with the Court. Your filing is filed as of the time of submission, when you enter the enter key on your personal computer. When processed by the Clerk, that date and time will appear in the file stamp of E-Filed documents.
Remember as we begin Mandatory E-Filing that pursuant to Indiana Supreme Court Rules, Attorneys making Subsequent filings (Filings into an existing case) for all case types except PO are required to use the Indiana E-Filing System (IEFS). Case initiation documents and documents filed by self-represented litigants are not required to be E-Filed; however, we strongly encourage that. Documents which must be filed in open Court during a court hearing will continue to be filed as in the past with Judicial permission. We here in the Local Courthouse want to make your experience as pain free as possible. If we can help, please don’t hesitate to call.
William J. Hughes
Hamilton Superior Court 3
One Hamilton County Square, Suite 311
Noblesville, IN 46060
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