E-filing and E-service user guide and tutorials
Covering topics like using multiple emails for service, changing law firms, and creating a certificate of service
How the public service list works
Attorneys: keep your contact info current
Before you e-file
E-serve like a pro
Courts improve process for those seeking protection orders
October 1, 2019 | Press Release
People who find themselves in need of a protection order may now request one from anywhere they can access the Internet. A new Protection Order E-filing service is now available to individuals, advocates, and attorneys. The new service is for adults and children who need protection from domestic or family violence, stalking, sex offenses, or harassment. People seeking protection can use the service to request it any time of day, any day of the week, from the privacy and comfort of a safe space, without having to go to the courthouse.
Frequently asked questions
- How do I remove a service contact from a case?
- Can I have more than one user account for the court e-filing system?
- How is someone added to the court e-filing Public Service List?
- When e-filing to a court in Indiana, can I serve other parties and counsel electronically?
- How do I verify who will be served when I e-file to an Indiana court?