The Supreme Court recently adopted changes to the E-Filing Filing Code Configurations which are meant to streamline filing options and make them uniform throughout the state. Here are the revisions to those case document types. (PDF Attachment Case types). To view the entire E-Filing Configuration Technology Standards and the Supreme Court Order adopting these standards please click on the following hyperlink. (PDF Attachment #2 Complete court order)
Mandatory e-filing is here!!! The Supreme Court of Texas has mandated the implementation of electronic filing (e-filing) in all civil, non-juvenile cases, including family and probate cases (Supreme Court Order). The Court required that e-filing be in place in El Paso County by January 1, 2014.
E-filing is a method of submitting civil pleadings over the Internet to be filed with the court, and is a faster and more efficient way of filing documents than ever before. With eFiling, you can submit your documents online and receive your file-stamped copy back, all without leaving your own office.
The e-filing system that was implemented is called eFileTexas. eFileTexas benefits include:
- Full integration with e-filing service providers - no need to switch.- Low cost filing any time, from any Internet-ready computer.
- Enhanced reporting and financial reconciliation.
- Quick access to file-stamped copies of your court documents.
2014 El Paso Bar Association Presentation
Standing Order in Civil Matters
County Clerk's E-Filing Presentation
District Clerk's E-Filing Presentation
County E-File Presentation
Tyler Technologies E-File Presentation (02-06-14)
Need More Assistance?
Contact One of El Paso County's E-File Project Committee Members