Will County Court to Accept E-Filing For Civil Documents

Will County Circuit Clerk Pam McGuire, announced on Friday that The Will County Twelfth Judicial Circuit Court received approval from the Illinois Supreme Court’s Administrative Office all will start accepting all civil filings related to Will County Court electronically. E-Filing work stations will also be installed on the second floor of the main courthouse in the Circuit Clerk’s Office.  This is just one of the many electronic initiatives that are in the process of putting in place to allow easier access to individuals that need to conduct business with the Will County Court. Chief Judge Richard C. Schoenstedt said, “With the Illinois Supreme Court approval to expand e-Filing to civil, criminal and citations, the Will County Circuit Clerk’s Office remains at the forefront in making full use of technology as it relates to the creation, storage and security of all court files.  This will only continue to improve necessary judicial services”. If filed on a day the courthouse is not open for business, the document will be deemed filed the next business day.  Further guidelines can be found at www.circuitclerkofwillcounty.com or www.i2file.net by searching Section 18.0 of the Will County Local Court Rules.”


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