How do I efile a Superior Court in California?

How do I efile a Superior Court in California?

The e-filing link is: . To start e-filing you must select your service provider. An electronic filing service provider (EFSP) provides an online service to help you file your documents, and acts as the intermediary between you and the Court’s Case Management System.

Is SF Superior Court open today?

Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.

How do you schedule a hearing on a motion under the local rules in San Francisco Superior Court?

Parties must contact CourtCall at 1-888-88-COURT in advance to schedule an appearance. Counsel and parties can appear by videoconference and the public can view and/or listen to hearings, by clicking on the appropriate links below: Discovery, Department 301 Daily at 9:00 a.m.

How do I find out my court date San Francisco?

The San Francisco Superior Court’s website,, now offers an online case calendar that allows litigants, attorneys and others to look up cases by date and case type, Presiding Judge John K. Stewart announced today.

How much does it cost to eFile in California?

Using the desktop CD/Download editions of TurboTax there is currently an e-file fee of $19.99 for e-filing each state income tax return. This fee can be avoided by printing and mailing the state tax return.

Where is San Francisco Superior Court?

Civic Center Courthouse 400 McAllister St. The San Francisco Superior Court has its operations in four facilities. The Civic Center Courthouse (CCC) opened in 1998 after damage from the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake forced the Court to relocate from its City Hall location.

What is a noticed motion in California?

A noticed motion is a court-compatible document usually served (noticed) on the affected parties, and then entered and stamped by a court clerk. At a hearing, the court later makes its decision to either grant or deny the applicant’s motion.

Can I look up a case number in California?

The Public Case Access System provides you with the ability to search for cases by name, case number, or filing date. In Civil and Probate cases, you are able to view information regarding case participants, events, and documents (where applicable).