E-Filing Application Instructions
Step-by-Step Process Guides
- E-File into an Existing Case
- E-File a New Case
- E-Service: Register to receive and e-Serve a document
- Submit Family Law Proposed Order(s)
Helpful User Tips and Practice Case Number
You may use the test case, 02-2-99999-9, to practice e-filing a non-fee document and e-serving others; to verify the validation of your documents .pdf or .tiff file format acceptance; and to explore the application's e-Working Copies and e-Ex Parte via the Clerk processes.
E-Filing Application Demonstrations
Demonstrations of the eFiling application are available.
- The Public Law Library of King County, in partnership with the Clerk's Office, offers e-Filing courses regularly. View the library's training center class options here.
- In the Community: Call to schedule a specialized virtual demonstration for your group presented by the Clerk's subject matter experts: 206-477-3000.
- View the Clerk's CLE Workshop information to learn about this ten(10) credit workshop offered.
E-Filing Frequently Asked Questions
The E-Filing application provides the option to upload an "attachment" or an "additional document" following the successful upload of a document into the system. The "attachment" feature operates like an electronic stapler. If you have exhibits or additional files that are intended to be filed with the primary document as one document, use the "attachment" option. The "additional document" feature provides the option to e-file a second or additional primary document into the case with one e-filing submission.
If you have been instructed by the Court to submit electronic exhibits via ShareFile, click HERE.