Green Filing does not limit the number of documents you are allowed to include with your submission. You are able to upload and submit as many documents (files) as it takes to make up your pleading. Separate pleadings, however, should be uploaded and filed as separate submissions to the court. Please note that per document […]
Category: Frequently Asked Questions
You may create e-Filing documents with any word processing software you like (i.e. Word, WordPerfect, etc..) so long as you have a capability to convert that document to a PDF format. To file Orders for the Court’s consideration and signature, you are required to file those documents in Rich Text Format or .rtf. The word […]
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 […]
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.