Vanderburgh Co. Clerk to Start Accepting E-Filing of Court Documents

Vanderburgh County Clerk Carla Hayden has confirmed that the Vanderburgh Circuit and Superior Courts will start accepting electronic filing of court documents on February 20.

The electronic filing is also known as “e-filing.”

“Ironically, we will begin e-filing on Presidents Day, a day when our office is actually closed. That is part of the beauty of e-filing. The office is never really closed. Users will be able to file documents 24/7,” said Hayden.

E-filing will not be mandatory in Vanderburgh County. Paper filings will still be accepted. On April 21, e-filing will become mandatory for attorneys for subsequent filings in cases that have already been opened with the court.

The Evansville Bar Association has scheduled several seminars to educate local attorneys and their staffs on the e-filing process.

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