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Electronic Filing System (EFS)

Ten years ago, the Colorado Judicial Branch launched electronic filing for district court civil, domestic, probate, and water cases. Since then, the program has grown to include county court money and FED cases, and court of appeals civil, agency, probate and domestic cases. Today, approximately 96% of all civil documents that can be e-filed are e-filed in the district courts across Colorado.

The Future of Electronic Filing in Colorado Courts: ICCES

The Branch’s next generation e-filing program—Integrated Colorado Courts E-Filing System (ICCES) —is now available on a pilot basis for Colorado Small Claims Courts.    Self-represented litigants can e-file small claims cases in Adams and Jefferson County through the web-based ICCES program.  

The Colorado Judicial Branch’s PAS/ICCES team will expand the ICCES service to county court, district court, court of appeals and supreme court case types by June 2013. 

Availability

The availability of the Colorado e-system is determined by the Colorado Supreme Court and announced through this website. The e-system is currently available to attorneys licensed to practice law in Colorado, and for the courts and case types listed below.

DISTRICT COURT:
General jurisdiction civil, domestic relations, probate, and water cases
COUNTY COURT:
Civil suits asking for money damages, and FED case types filed pursuant to § 13-40-101 et seq.
COURT OF APPEALS:
General civil, agency, probate, and domestic cases
*SMALL CLAIMS:
Small claims case types filed pursuant to § 13-6-401 et seq.—available through the Branch’s ICCES program.  

*Pilot only in Adams and Jefferson County.   Future availability in other jurisdictions will be announced on this website. 
 
Please see the documents on this page for more detailed information about current E-Filing rules, procedures, and mandatory locations.
 
For information and updates on the development and expansion of the ICCES system, please visit the e-filing page here.
 
To provide any feedback or if you have any questions, please email us at: icces-feedback@judicial.state.co.us
 
Thank you for visiting the Colorado Court’s Public Access/E-Filing website.


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