Attention: Effective February 1, 2022 there will be new case types and filing codes in accordance to the changes to the Manual on Recordkeeping and the State's eFiling Standards. Click here for more information.
CIVIL E-FILING IN LAKE COUNTY
As of January 1, 2018
the State of Illinois has mandated that all civil filings must be filed electronically in all counties in Illinois. The Lake County Circuit Clerk's Office has adopted the State’s e-Filing solution. This means that while the Lake County Circuit Clerk’s Office accepts electronic filings, we do not provide our own e-filing system in Lake County. Filers have a choice of choosing from a number of certified Electronic Filing Service Providers (EFSPs) that have been certified by the State’s e-Filing Manager, to submit their filings electronically to Lake County.
For more information on the Statewide E-Filing Initiative visit illinoiscourts.gov
Exemptions from E-Filing
The State of Illinois allows individuals who meet certain criteria, exemption from electonrically filing (e-filing) documents. To find out if you are eligible for exemption from e-filing please click HERE.
NOTICE: As of October 12, 2021 Internet Explorer is no longer a supported browser for the eFiling Application. Chrome, Firefox or Edge are recommended.
Register with an EFSP
- Attorneys and filers must first select and register with one of the Electronic Filing Service Providers (EFSPs) that have been certified by the State’s e-Filing Manager (EFM).
- The list of the certified EFSPs as well as links and information as to services provided are available on the EFM’s website.
If you have already registered with an Electronic Filing Service Provider (EFSP) and would like to log in to your account, click the button below.
Want to receive updates on e-Filing?