When e-filing to an Indiana court, how do I serve others electronically (via e-service)?

Published 06/01/2016 07:36 AM   |    Updated 06/01/2016 07:36 AM
When e-filing to an Indiana court, how do I serve others electronically (via e-service)?

Each case has a list of "service contacts" who can be selected for e-service on any file-and-serve or service-only filing.

Filers can add people to the case service contact list by selecting desired recipients from the firm service contact directory or from the Public Service List.

A service contact is a person for whom an email address and other identifying information has been entered into the Indiana e-filing system by a registered user.

· A "firm service contact" is associated in the e-filing system with an attorney, organization, or law firm.

· A "public service contact" is listed on the Public Service List for purposes of e-service. A registered user may add a service contact to the Public Service List only if authorized by the service contact.

· The "Public Service List" is a directory of public service contacts who are available for e-service.

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