Mandatory e-filing now required in Lake County

Lake County has transitioned to mandatory electronic filing, making it the first to do so in 2019.

Circuit and superior courts in 85 of Indiana’s 92 counties have adopted e-filing following the state’s initial rollout of the initiative in 2015. Seven remaining counties — Wayne, Putnam, Miami, Howard, Clinton, Pike and Sullivan — have scheduled their e-filing go-live dates in 2019.

Up next is Wayne County, which will institute e-filing March 1 and be require mandatory e-filing on April 30. Putnam and Miami counties are scheduled to go live in March and require e-filing in May, followed by Howard, Clinton and Pike counties.

Only Sullivan County has yet to deploy the Odyssey case management system. E-filing will be implemented there after the CMS is upgraded.

The full e-filing implementation schedule is available here.

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