Intuitive eFiling Dashboard
Integrated Centralized eMail and Docket Firm Calendar
American LegalNet, the trusted Provider of Litigation Workflow Solutions, is the premier source for court eFiling. Through our eFiling Portal, legal documents can be filed in compliance with the Court’s requirements and deliver an exceptionally user-friendly, intuitive, attractive, secure, and feature-rich electronic filing solution.
California Courts Available For eFiling
COUNTY / COURT
Voluntary (LIMITED CIVIL ONLY)
Time Saving Features To Help You Quickly eFile.
We provide our customers the best-in-class features to quickly, securely and easily eFile.
Lean on our support team at any time of day or night, 7 days a week, by phone, email or live online chat.
No need to convert your word processing documents to PDF before filing, simply upload them for conversion to text searchable PDFs.
File Stamped Documents
Once accepted, your file stamped documents will be attached to your confirmation email for easy access.
Case Summary Views
View basic case and party information, judge assignment, and a register of e-filing activity on your case.
Complimentary electronic service and tracking along with your filing. Just identify your service contacts and we’ll take care of the rest.
Run detailed filing activity reports at any time to view your filing activity and associated filing fees and client matter numbers.
Frequently Asked Questions
Which courts does American LegaNet offer its efiling service in?
Currently American LegalNet offers service in Orange County, California and Los Angeles Superior Court. American LegalNet will be expanding soon to provide service covering all available counties in California.
Are there any other costs associated with efiling beyond American LegalNet's service fees?
Yes. In all efiling implementations there will be the typical court filing fees mandated by each state’s court fee schedule. In California other services may also apply such as credit card convenience fees, or other Court or County mandated fees.
Does your efiling service also provide for electronic service to opposing counsel or other parties?
Yes. In each court electronic service works slightly differently, but in all courts electronic service of efiled documents is an available feature.
Are there any file size limits, or limits on the number or documents or pages contained in a filing submission?
Yes. Again each court does have file size limits, and also requires your documents be submitted to the court in a PDF format. The file size limits do differ by state ranging from a max file size of 7MB to 35MB for a single document and 15MB to 100MB for the total of all documents in a filing submission. In most courts, there is no limit to the number of documents or pages submitted in a filing submission as long as you do not exceed the total file size limit and all the documents are intended for a single case.
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