eFiling is available for attorneys and for self-represented litigants in Civil, Family Law, Probate, and Small Claims case types. You can eFile documents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through an approved Electronic Filing Service Provider (EFSP).
eFiling with the Madera Superior Court is not mandatory at this time. eFiling is governed by Division 6 of the Superior Court of California, County of Madera Local Rules in eligible case types. Certain documents, such as those that require personal service on a Judicial Officer or an original certification/signature and an electronic signature is not permitted by law, are exempt from eFiling. Please refer to the Local Rules for more information.
Step One: To start e-filing, select your service provider. An electronic filing service provider (EFSP) provides an online service to help you file your documents, and acts as the intermediary between you and our eFiling Manager (EFM). Each EFSP offers a variety of additional services*, and you should evaluate which provider meets your filing needs. Once you register with a service provider, you may not need to re-register should you choose to use another provider. Some providers allow you to log in with your existing username and password.
List of Approved EFSPs
eFiling Frequently Asked Questions
Issues filing with your preferred EFSP? Unable to create an account? Unable to locate a specific document name? Trouble uploading documents?
For technical assistance, customer service, or other questions, please contact your preferred EFSP first. Your preferred EFSP should contact our EFM provider, Journal Technologies, Inc (JTI), to resolve any issues. If the EFSP cannot resolve your issue, contact JTI's direct email: eFile@journaltech.com.
DISCLAIMER: This list is sorted alphabetically and does not constitute any endorsement of services by the Court. The Court is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, legality, practices, or availability of linked sites (including any related services, content, software applications, and other technologies). The Court is not responsible for any interruption of services, malfunctions, or security breaches involving these third-party sites. If you have any questions or concerns about the products and services offered on these third-party sites, please contact them directly.
*The Court has not evaluated what additional services may be available.
To become a court approved Electronic Filing Service Provider, please contact JTI at eFile@journaltech.com.