San Francisco Superior Court
Effective January 4, 2021, San Francisco Superior Court has added Family Law Dissolution cases to its list of mandatory eFiling and eService cases. It has also mandated electronic filing for original filings (Complaints and Petitions) in 21 General Civil case types, as well the Dissolution case type. This service is only available through File & ServeXpress, as of January 4.We have training and customer support available for this electronic filing expansion project, should you need. On this page you can access printable training guides, video training services, or you can register for scheduled webinar training sessions. File & ServeXpress has been providing electronic filing and service in San Francisco Superior Court cases since 1998.
We are pleased to announce that San Francisco Superior Court has expanded its eFiling program with File & ServeXpress to include a pilot program for certain motion filings in Criminal cases. This new service became effective March 15, 2021 and is now live.
Documents & Guides
frequently asked questions
- Business Tort
- Civil Rights
- Comm Counts/Open Book Accts/Collections
- Eminent Domain
- Exempt Collections (Rule 3.740)
- Family Law Dissolutions
- Intellectual Property
- Malpractice – Medical/Dental
- Other Non-Exempt Complaints
- Personal Injury
- Personal Injury/Property Damage-Non-Vehicle Related
- Personal Injury/Property Damage-Vehicle Related
- Products Liability
- Professional Negligence
- Quiet Title-Real Property
- Uninsured Motorist
- Wrongful Discharge
- Wrongful Eviction
If you are unable to find your San Francisco Family Law dissolution case online, please contact Client Support at 888-529-7587. Our Client Support staff will request the case from the court for overnight delivery. Please note that only the dissolution case class (case number prefixes beginning with “FDI”) are subject to electronic filing. We cannot add cases with the prefixes of “FDV”, “FMS” or “FPT.
Upcoming Training sessions
Effective January 4, 2021, case initiating filings will be mandatory in twenty-one General Civil case types and one Family Law case type. Additionally, electronic filing will be mandatory in Family Law Dissolution cases.
Request a training session by contacting email@example.com.