Get ready: Lawyers who have not experienced electronic case filing in their litigation practices need to prepare for the time when the only way to file a document is electronically. Depending upon geographic location, an e-filing system may not yet be in place, but it is the future of court filing.

Attorneys, judges and court staff all benefit from e-filing. Attorneys can e-file while sitting in their offices, with automatic and instantaneous service upon all counsel of record. For the court, the program decreases the costs associated with paper filings dramatically — saving money on file space, copying, stamping, filing, retrieving, service, notices, mail expenses, etc. — thereby reducing the workload on the court’s staff and impact on the court’s budget.

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