When filing electronically, you will find that you have a need to scan documents to include with your filing. Whether it be an affidavit signed by your client or a process server, or a hard copy paper exhibit that you’d like to attach to a pleading, scanning that document will be your only means to […]
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While you can create a pleading with light weight applications like Notepad, WordPad, or Microsoft Works we do recommend more sophisticated document generation software like Microsoft Word or Corel WordPerfect. When you file a document, you are required to upload a PDF version of that document to the Court, and newer versions of Word and […]
The Utah District Courts are currently allowing all documents in the general civil, domestic, probate and criminal case type to be e-filed. You are able to initiate a new filing case by filing a complaint, petition or file subsequent or follow-up documents on an existing case. There are plans to expand e-filing to other case […]
Yes. Green Filing is more than happy to provide training on-site or online. We’ll provide training sessions to individuals or large groups, whichever the customer requires. There is also extensive documentation and videos on how to use our e-filing system at http://help.greenfiling.com/category/videos/. Even with training offered, we believe that you will find the Green Filing […]
Currently the Utah Courts have made participation in the e-filing system voluntary. As the use of e-filing grows in the state, that may change. E-filing is encouraged as it will allow firms to reduce the amount of paper and staff time used to deliver documents to the courts. E-filing is expected to allow the courts […]
At this time, e-filing is only available to attorneys licensed in Utah. Attorneys wishing to e-file must register for an e-filing account with an E-Filing Service Provider (i.e. Green Filing) that has been certified by the Utah Administrative Office of the Courts. Self represented (pro per / pro se) litigants are not currently allowed to […]
There are not currently any obstacles in place that would prevent attorneys from sharing an e-filing account, however, logistically this could present some challenges for the filer.
To view a document signature, you must download the document to your desktop, and open it in Adobe Reader.