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The Stanislaus Superior Court offers electronic filing of your documents. You can begin your case and file your documents from the comfort of your home.

To begin the process, select an authorized e-filing provider from the e-filing portal.

Once you select a provider, you will create an account and follow their instructions on how to upload your documents. You will upload your documents through the provider’s site and complete the requested information. The provider will then submit your documents to the Court for filing.

Please note the provider may charge a fee for their service and you will be responsible for any Court filing fees or other fees associated with your filing. If you file your documents with a Fee Waiver, or have a previously granted Fee Waiver in your case, then you will not be charged a fee to file your documents.

If there are any issues with your filing or it is rejected for any reason, the provider will notify you. Once your documents are filed, the provider will notify you and provide you with copies of your filed documents.

E-Filing Portal

General User Information

  1. If a case type or filing code is not visible, please reach out to your eFiling Service Provider (EFSP) to confirm that the vendor has the most current data.
  2. Please add party names in ALL CAPS.
  3. Please do not add any document descriptions.
  4. Please do not add "dba" to party names.  The clerk will add the dba to the case management system.
  5. If cases are consolidated, you must E-file into the lead (primary) case number.
  6. When submitting a first paper for multiple parties, the document will need to be submitted in separate envelopes for each party.  Currently, filing fees can only be assessed to one party per envelope.
  7. Each document needs to be submitted as a separate lead document.  Please do not add any documents as attachments.
  8. As of 7/23/2020, the court is informed that the only EFSP available for Criminal filings is Odyssey eFileCA.


The following documents CANNOT be accepted via E-Filing at this time:

  • Abstract of Judgment or Abstracts
  • Administrative Records or other lodged documents
  • Appeals documents/filings
  • Bench Warrant
  • Bonds
  • Certificate of Facts
  • Coordinated proceedings or filings on coordinated cases
  • Copy or search requests including estate searches
  • Coversheet / Declaration Re Covid-19 Related Financial Distress
  • Ex Parte Communication
  • Exemplification (Certificate of Authenticity)
  • Exhibits
  • Notice of Jury Fees (pursuant to California Rules of Court 3.250)
  • Order to Show Cause re: Contempt
  • Stipulation and Order to ADR (STAN-100)
  • Subpoenas
  • Surplus Proceeds of Trustees Sale
  • Writs

  • Appeal documents/filings
  • Exemplifications
  • Order to Show Cause re: Contempt
  • Request for Orders with Temporary Orders or Requests for Order Shortening Time (Family Law)
  • Subpoenas
  • Writs

  • Citations to be issued
  • Original Wills

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