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Integrated Colorado Courts E-Filing System


Check out these short videos before you begin. It can save you time and money.

Common Mistakes How to Start the Process and FAQs  Dashboard  
File a New Case File into an Existing Case           "Opt in" Print from your Case

  What do I need to know? 

  • Self-Represented users must first register for a Colorado Courts E-Filing User ID and may only e-file and e-serve where and when the system is available.
  • E-Filing is currently only available in domestic relations (DR) cases.
  • Self-Represented users may only e-file or e-serve in their own cases. You cannot e-file for someone else and someone else cannot e-file for you. 
  • Self-Represented users can view all documents in their own cases.  
  • If you have an existing case - remember to "Opt In" to connect your CCE e-filing account with the court sytem. 
  •  US Mail service fees are non-refundable.

***Make sure the court address is complete in every caption box on all JDF forms you file with the court.***  


Find court contact information here
You'll need to know what county your case is in. 


 I created an e-filing account, why can't I see my case?

Log in to your e-filing account. Click on e-file into existing case and follow the "Opt In" process. Once the court accepts your "Opt In" you will have 24/7 access to your case. It can take up to 2 business days to get access. 

  My filing or document was rejected, now what?

Check your e-mail. You’ll have one telling you the document was rejected and why.Log-in to your e-filing account and check your case activity. It will show if the filing has been submitted, accepted or rejected. Click on the rejected filing and then the document history.
Contact the court for more information here.   

    How much does it cost to e-file?
There are 3 types of fees:

1. (Court) Statutory Filing Fees
Filings fees for specific filings. These are the same filing fees that are charged at the clerk’s office. These fees are not charged until the filing is accepted by the court. They can be waived if the courts grants a fee waiver. Currently, you can't E-File if you have received a fee waiver
Filing Fees

 2. (CCE) E-Filing Fees
The $12 fee charged per filing. You can file as many documents as you need in one filing. This fee is not charged until the filing is accepted by the court.  

3. (*CCE & USPS) Service Fees
These are the fees charged when a party requests the E-Filing system to provide Service. Service occurs when the party submits the filing.  These fees are non-refundable. If the other party has a CCE account, they are automatically Served, and a $12 fee is charged. That information is included in the terms and conditions when the E-Filing account is created. If USPS Service is requested, the fees are based on the number of pages.
*CCE – Colorado Courts E-Filing - $12 fee to serve the other party if they have a CCE account
*USPS – United States Postal Service (US Mail) – Mail Fees    

  What common mistakes should I avoid?

  • Do not file or use the e-filing system for someone else.
  • Do not let someone else e-file your documents.
  • Make sure the caption box is filled out complete on every page that has one.   
  • Make sure you sign every place that asks for a signature.
  • Make sure you scan documents correctly.
    • Each document must be scanned separately. If it contains multiple pages – that’s still one document and pages should be scanned together.
    • You can include multiple documents for one filing, but they can’t be combined into one scanned document. Each document needs to be scanned separately then uploaded into your filing.

System and Technical Computer Questions?          

  • For example:
    • How do I set up an  account?
    • Why are my documents not loading?
  • 7:00 AM - 10:00 PM      Monday thru Friday
  • 8:00 AM  - 5:00 PM       Saturday and Sunday 
  • 720-625-5800
Special Announcements
  • ****Only available for new and existing Family (DR) court cases.****


FAMILY LAW PILOT PROJECT FORMS can be used in the these counties only: Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Mineral, Rio Grande, Saguache, Weld
Clear Creek, Eagle, Lake, Summit, Jefferson


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