“Our customers will benefit from the new systems increased functionality,”
The transition will happen over the next 15 months and in all courts currently participating in Texas efiling. District and county clerks in more than 50 counties, covering more than 80 percent of the state’s population, currently allow efiling. Nine of the 14 appellate courts in Texas allow eFiling, while efiling is mandatory for attorneys filing documents in the Supreme Court of Texas.
According to Office of Court Administration, electronic filings in Texas are anticipated to grow from just over half a million filings to several million filings per year over the next several years.
In partnership with TexasOnline, MyFileRunner was one of the first companies created as an Electronic Service Provider (EFSP) for attorneys and assistants to file their court documents online in state district and county courts.
With development and partnerships beginning in 2003, MyFileRunner submitted the first electronic file in 2004. MyFileRunner prides itself on having the highest quality customer service in the efiling industry. MyFileRunner’
Headquartered in Austin Texas, our sales/training representative’