What is fax filing?
Individuals or parties involved in certain types of cases can file by fax ("facsimile"). Different types of cases have different rules to follow. Click on the links below to learn more, and also see the Payment Methods page on this website.
Read about Fax Filing for Domestic Violence (DV), Civil, Small Claims, and Probate cases:
- Local Family Rule 5 on fax filing in DV cases
- Local Civil Rule 14 on fax filing in Civil cases
- Local Civil Rule 18 on fax filing in Small Claims cases filed at the Downtown Superior Court
- Local Probate Rule 2 on fax filing in Probate Cases
Small Claims documents can be faxed directly to DTS - see the fax number in Civil Local Rule 18 as well as information on any applicable fees for fax filing. Documents in Civil cases will be accepted with fax signatures but cannot be faxed directly to the Court. Documents may be submitted in hard copy either through the mail or brought to the courthouse or you may use a fax filing agency to deliver your faxed documents to the Court.