hw22 - MARYLAND e-filing ELECTRONIC COUFTTS MDEC and E-filing Pilot in Anne Arundel County E-filing with MDEC provides attorneys w\/ith asingle secure

hw22 - MARYLAND e-filing ELECTRONIC COUFTTS MDEC and...

This preview shows page 1 - 3 out of 28 pages.

MARYLAND ELECTRONIC COUFTTS e-filing MDEC and E-filing Pilot in Anne Arundel County E-filing with MDEC" provides attorneys w/ith a single, secure Web portal to file documents in the trial and appellate courts in Anne Arundel County in real-time, from anywhere 24-hours a day, seven days a week. This automated system provides attorneys the opportunity to transition from an inefficient, paper-based process toa streamlined, Web-based e-filing system. E-filing reduces the cost, time and staffing needed to print, copy, store, deliver and file legal documents, thereby increasing efficiencies and productivity, and allowing attorneys more time to focus on other critical tasks. Features Streamlined filing processes and reduced reliance on paper Instantaccessto electronically filed and stamped copiesof documents once approved bythe court 24-hour filing, seven days a week, eliminates the need to go to court, stand in line or process paperwork Accessto electronically filed case documents and electronic filings via one centralized location With MDEC e-filing you can: Electronically serveother registered e-filing users inthe caseand receive online tracking information via email for fast and easy verification Pay statutory court fees online and generate relevant financial reports based upon case type, date range and primary parties Receive optional status notifications by email for filings submitted, filings accepted, filings rejected, service undeliverable and/or filing submission failed Submit multiple documents in one envelope, eliminating the need for separate submissions for each pleading Send required preliminary and/or courtesy copies instantly Eliminate printing, copying, packaging, couriers, and deliveryof paper documents Learn more or email efilinginfo(5)mdcourt$.gov 24/7 fifing andaccesstpefectronicallyiSIed ' dooimaits viaa secure^ ciser-firiendiy Web portal Onlinetrackingand proof of defivery Instent acc^ to fife stamped copies of filings Advanced search functionality: Indexes, bootonarks arid finds doaunents in s^nck * MDEC: MARYLAND ELECTRONIC COURTS, the Judiciary's new case management system
Image of page 1
MARYLAND ELECTRONIC COURTS mm e-filing ATTORNEYS: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT E-FILING i am an attorney; May I authorize someone else to act as my agent for purposes of e-fi!ing? Yes, you may authorize a paralegal or other member of your staff to file a document with 'File and Serve' on your behalf. This authorized user will register as a 'User with an Existing Firm' to file and serve submissions electronically. Hov/ iong after e-filing does electronic service take place? Service will take place whena submission is received by MDEC, i.e., at the time of filing.
Image of page 2
Image of page 3

You've reached the end of your free preview.

Want to read all 28 pages?

  • Fall '17
  • Computer file, Appellate court, United States district court, Trial court, Anne Arundel County

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture