the Supreme and Intermediate Courts of Appeals of West Virginia
Electronic Filing coming July 1, 2022.
eFILING MADE EASY IN WEST VIRGINIA
File & ServeXpress is the exclusive electronic filing provider for the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia, the Mass Litigation Panel, and the new Intermediate Court of Appeals of West Virginia. FSX is dedicated to providing you with the tools and resources that you need in order to use our application efficiently and effectively. The implementation of this e-filing system was partially funded under grant 21N011 from the State Justice Institute.
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Downloads & Videos
How To: Create An FSX Account
Case Initiations Video Guide
Subsequent Filings Video Guide
On-Demand: SCAWV and ICAWV eFiling
Frequently Asked Questions
Beginning July 1 2022, the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia and the new Intermediate Court of Appeals of West Virginia will implement eFiling for all case classes.
Beginning July 1, 2022 eFiling and eService will be available for the following case classes:
- Petition for Bail
- Mass Litigation Panel Referral
- Original Jurisdiction
- Business Court Referral
- Certified Question
- Administrative Appeal-PSC
- Rule Submission
- Workers’ Compensation
- Lawyer Admission
- Judicial Disciplinary
- Lawyer Disciplinary
- General Appeals
- Workers’ Compensation
No. Electronic filing is only available in newly filed cases from orders entered by a lower tribunal after June 30, 2022.
Yes, eFiling and eService is mandatory for Attorneys.
You may visit the Court’s website at http://www.courtswv.gov/
Yes, all Attorneys will need a File & Serve account to file your documents and to receive the filings in your cases. You can register here.
File & ServeXpress stores all documents filed and served on its secure web-based application.
Please contact File & ServeXpress Client Support at 888-529-7587. Help is available 24/7.
You should contact the Clerk’s Office directly at 304-558-2601.
The persons identified below may electronically file and serve documents once they have completed training, registered and agreed to terms and conditions:
- Attorneys who are active members in good standing of the West Virginia State Bar Association.
- Eligible attorneys’ staff.
- Self-Represented Individuals
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