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Topeka Kansas 66612-1507

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Email: info@kscourts.org

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Fax:  785.296.1028
Email: appellateclerk@kscourts.org

Kansas Electronic Filing

Welcome to the Kansas electronic filing web page, home of current and future e-filing programs. E-filing will move the judiciary from a system based on paper documents to one utilizing electronic documents. The move from hard copy to e-filing will save both time and money. The statewide program will be put into service as funding is available. Following are links to e-filing programs already available in Johnson and Shawnee County:

Select from one of the following counties:

Recent Project Developments

Pilot court locations have been selected as follows:

  • Appellate Court - December 2012
  • District Courts
    • Leavenworth County - January 2013
    • Douglas County - March 2013
    • Sedgwick County - April 2013
  • Continued statewide rollout of the electronic filing system will proceed as funding is available.

Electronic Filing Vendor Selected:

  • Tybera Development Group's eFlex product has been selected as the electronic filing program for the Kansas Judicial Branch.
  • The Tybera eFlex electronic filing solution includes:
    • Filer Interface (web-based solution to send documents and data)
    • Clerk/Court Review Interface (web-based solution to accept/reject data in submissions)
    • eNotification/eSerice (notifies case participants on new submissions whether paper or electronic)
    • Processing API (rules for integrating CMS, DMS, scanning, fee collections, etc.)
    • Judicial Interface (a unique queue for assisting judges to process proposed orders)

Electronic Filing Project History

Supreme Court Electronic Filing Committee
The Supreme Court Electronic Filing Committee was tasked with studying electronic filing of court cases and documents in Kansas. Justice Marla J. Luckert served as chair of the committee, with Justice Dan Biles serving as vice chair. Judges, court administrators and clerks, attorneys specializing in collection matters and other members of the legal community, and the chairs of both the House and Senate Judiciary Committees served on the committee.

The committee made recommendations to the Supreme Court regarding policy decisions that would be necessitated should a statewide electronic filing system be implemented in Kansas. The committee was divided into three subcommittees to address policy and procedure, finance, and technology.

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