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As a reminder, beginning April 26th, 2024, eFiling will become mandatory for all parties represented by attorneys in civil limited/unlimited, family law, adoptions, and probate matters. In addition, eFiling is mandatory in small claims matters. For more information, please visit:


About eDelivery

The Marin County Superior Court offers eDelivery as a convenient alternative to traditional document delivery methods. This service enables self-represented individuals to electronically submit documents for Criminal, Juvenile, Traffic cases, and select other matters.

Important Update: Mandatory eFiling

As of April 26, 2024eFiling is now a requirement for all attorney-represented parties. In accordance with the California Rules of Court 2.253(b)(2) and the California Code of Civil Procedure 1010.6(f)(2), self-represented litigants, also known as parties in pro per, are strongly encouraged to utilize eFiling, although it remains optional for them.

eDelivery Account Creation

eDelivery Filing Submission

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