Electronic filing is mandatory for attorneys, unless LGR30 provides otherwise. Non-attorneys are encouraged to e-file but are not required to do so. To go directly to the eFiling application, click:
eFiling in King County Superior Court:
The process of e-filing a document(s) does not automatically submit the document(s) to the Ex Parte / Probate Department, produce working copies for the Court, or e-serve the documents. See the Self Help Resources for additional information.
The King County Electronic Court Records Program received the 2007 Innovations in American Government Award presented by the Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
For information about the award winning ECR Program, click here.
To view the Electronic Court Records Improves Judicial Process: Innovator's Focus video, click here.
The Clerk's eFiling application is comprised of four distinct processes:
File documents into an existing case or to start a new case