Working Copies Frequently Asked Questions
- It replaces trips to the courthouse by you, your staff or messenger service saving time and valuable resources.
- It provides guaranteed delivery times to judges and commissioners.
- The time you submit your eWorking Copies to the Clerk is the time they are considered received by the Court.
- You are able to provide proof of your eWorking copies submissions, thereby alleviating fears that they will be lost in the mailroom or delivered to the wrong Court.
A great benefit of using eWorking Copies is that you do not need to build in extra time to meet your deadline (other than the time required to submit via eWorking Copies). Your working copies are considered received by the Court as soon as they are received by the Clerk.
Please note that all local rules determining your deadlines for submission of working copies apply regardless of whether you are submitting them electronically via the Clerk or in paper form.
There is not an expedited service at this time.
Full color, high resolution presentation of documents.
Easy and instant receipt of working copies by the Court.
Corrections can be make to your working copies set-up until the point of delivery.
"Reply" submissions received by noon for a hearing on the same day are guaranteed to be delivered by 1:00 p.m. the same day.
All other submissions will be delivered within one business day.
It does not. Working Copies (electronic or paper) are required for noted hearings, hearings on the Family Law calendar, and hearings in the Ex Parte and Probate Department.
Working Copies are not required for Ex Parte via the Clerk submissions.