Free surrogate’s court e-filing training for attorneys and legal staffers will be offered on two days in April in Genesee and Niagara counties. One session is scheduled for 2 to 4 p.m., April 11, at the Niagara County Courthouse, 175 Hawley St., Lockport. The other session will be from 2 to 4 p.m., April 18, […]
Mandatory e-filing of most civil court actions in Monroe County started Wednesday. In January 2017, e-filing was made available as an option for those filing most civil court actions in the Monroe County Clerk’s Office. Since then, more than 3,500 actions have been filed electronically. Starting Wednesday, most new filings must be uploaded to the […]
“Technology is critical to our efforts to enhance the efficiency and productivity of court operations, as well as to improve our service to the public. E-filing is the centerpiece of these efforts. It reduces costs and saves time for both the court system and litigants, improves access to the courts, and sharply reduces the environmental […]
Another element of electronic filing is being added to civil courts in two Seventh Judicial District counties with more expected to follow. On Monday, Livingston and Ontario counties began offering voluntary e-filing of documents in all civil cases in Supreme Court with the exception of mental hygiene issues, which have confidentiality considerations. They are the […]
The electronic filing of civil court documents is expanding in upstate counties, with Erie County Supreme Court adding mandatory filing this week for all contract, commercial and tort actions. Onondaga County is planning to go mandatory with certain case types Jan. 1, while Monroe County is seeking to integrate its own system with the state’s, […]
Thomas H. Mattox, New York state commissioner of Taxation and Finance has announced that, as of the end of April, 87 percent of taxpayers had e-filed their personal income tax returns. More than 7.9 million taxpayers e-filed their personal income tax returns by the deadline this year — a 200,000 increase over last year. “E-filing […]
The electronic filing of court documents will be expanding into certain family and criminal courts under a pilot program authorized in recent legislation, signed Wednesday by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo. Chief Administrative Judge A. Gail Prudenti will select up to six counties this fall for mandatory e-filing pilot programs. “We’re very pleased that the governor […]
Most documents in Monroe County Surrogate’s Court will have to be filed electronically beginning March 1. The court, which has been participating in a voluntary e-filing program since August 2010, will become one of the few in the state where attorneys will be required to e-file all probate and administration proceedings and related miscellaneous proceedings. […]
The mandatory pilot e-filing program will begin in the Surrogate’s Courts of Chautauqua, Erie and Monroe counties, effective March 1. It will apply to all estate proceedings — probate, administration and related proceedings — filed on or after that date. Chief Administrative Judge A. Gail Prudenti, who announced Jan. 4 that the program would be […]
The Seventh Judicial District will be the first in the state to offer electronic filing in all of its surrogate’s courts. It has been available in Monroe County since last August as part of a state e-file pilot project but, this week, expanded to Ontario, Livingston and Wayne counties. “We’re very excited about this opportunity […]
NEW YORK — Think the paper piles are deep around your home? Clerks at Manhattan's state Supreme Court say they'd run out of places to put it. Not to worry. The state now requires lawyers in about 6,000 cases dealing with commercial disputes in the Manhattan courthouse ...
The electronic filing of court records will expand under new legislation approved last week by the state Senate and Assembly. Joining Monroe and other upstate counties in a pilot program will be Onondaga and Allegany counties and two other counties outside of the Fourth Department.
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