I am an attorney. Can someone in my office e-file to a court on my behalf?

Published 06/01/2016 07:34 AM   |    Updated 06/01/2016 07:34 AM
I am an attorney.  Can someone in my office e-file to a court on my behalf?

· Yes. Registered users may be attorneys, but they do not have to be. A filing user can file on behalf of attorneys in the firm.

· Filing users include court and clerk staff, unrepresented litigants, attorneys, or an agent whom an attorney has expressly designated to make a filing on the attorney's behalf and who has an e-filing system user ID, password, and limited authority to file documents electronically.

· Registered user is a person or entity with a user ID and password assigned by the e-filing system or its designee who is authorized to use the system for the electronic filing or service of documents.

For more information on e-filing in Indiana visit http://www.in.gov/judiciary/4313.htm
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