Fileless Courtrooms Start Today (Jan. 10) in Kane County
The Kane County Civil and Domestic/Family courts will be going fileless beginning today (Jan. 10, 2018) — except Courtroom 120 at the Old Courthouse, which will have files for years 2017 and older.
Courtroom 120 will go fileless in the near future.
The Circuit Clerk’s Office is no longer bringing physical files to the court locations. Judges are working from the case management system to view all cases.
In order for lawyers to view files, you will want to bring your wireless devices to court so that you can access your files. Access is also available in the rotunda at the courthouse utilizing the e-filing personal computer, and at the law library in the Judicial Center.
Electronic Filing Service Providers Ready To Help You eFile
Several e-filing service providers have obtained approval from the Illinois Courts to provide eFileIL civil case filing services and the list may continue to grow. Click Here to explore the possibilities, and use any approved EFSP you prefer.
SOURCE: Kane County Circuit Clerk’s Office
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