The Colorado Courts E-Filing system allows authorized users to file and serve documents electronically in the Colorado Courts.
Licensed attorneys may use the system for civil, criminal (in limited districts), domestic, water, probate, and appellate court cases. Self-represented litigants may also use the system for small claims cases in Adams and Jefferson counties.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-855-264-2237.
Send comments, questions, or concerns to email@example.com.
Registered users can join our User Community.
|Does the system have documents and cases from the old LexisNexis File & Serve system? What document security levels does the system have? Are minute orders available? Can the courts reject filings? Does the system charge organizations for rejected filings? How do you bill organizations? What payment options are available? Is there a file size limit for e-filed documents? Can organizations e-file into Denver County Court? What cases can attorneys and agencies file into? What cases can self-represented litigants file into? Does the system support Batch Filing? Do 3rd Party Filers need to sign an agreement with a law firm to use the system? Can an attorney have multiple accounts? (This FAQ applies only to those attorneys who chose to set up multiple accounts tied to the same bar number) What happens to an organization’s court case when an attorney of record leaves the organization?|