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The Placer County Superior Court is pleased to offer eFiling, a new and improved way to electronically file your court documents. You can eFile documents 24/7 through an approved Electronic Filing Service Provider (EFSP).

Pursuant to Local Rule 10.27 eFiling is mandatory for attorneys and optional for self-represented litigants in Civil and Family Law cases. Certain documents, such as those that require personal service on a Judicial Officer or an original certification/signature and an electronic signature is not permitted by law, are exempt from eFiling.

general information

For general information on eFiling, including technical specifications, fees and payments, and processing. General eFiling FAQ 


For general information on receiving document(s) electronically (eService) from the court. Receiving eService FAQ 


You must eFile through an electronic filing service provider (EFSP) certified to submit filings to the Placer Superior Court.  View Avaliable EFSPs  


What case types are available to efile?

See the list below for more information and what case types are currently supported for efiling.

Includes General Civil, Small Claims, Probate, and Mental Health.
  Civil eFiling FAQ   
Cases involving divorce (marriage dissolution), legal separation or nullity, domestic violence, paternity, or child custody, support and/or visitation disputes.
Family eFiling FAQ 

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