The Probate & Family Court is moving to electronic filing (through http://www.efilema.com/ ). As with any changes in the courts, this is a process and, as of the time of this posting, only certain types of cases may be filed. The court in cooperation with their vendor, Tyler Technologies, has been providing in-person trainings around Massachusetts. We attended the recent training at the Worcester Law Library and wanted to share some of the most important takeaways: 1. Available to All The e-filing system is available to both attorneys and clients. This means that pro se (unrepresented) parties can file documents on their own through e-filing as well. 2. Available in Every County The e-filing system is available in every county in Massachusetts as of this posting. Since this system is new, different counties may have different policies on how they are implementing the interplay between electronic and paper filings. For instance, some counties may require documents b
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