The Honorable Robert S. Hyatt, Chief Judge of the Second Judicial District, issued an order mandating e-filing for all district court domestic relations cases in the Second Judicial District, effective January 1, 2013. Parties filing domestic relations cases must e-file through State Judicial’s new ICCES filing system. Mandatory e-filing of civil cases in the Denver District Court has been effective since December 1, 2010.
Pro se litigants will continue to file in paper through the clerk’s office, since they do not have access to ICCES. The clerk will scan and e-file documents for pro se litigants at no charge. Attorneys who file in paper will be charged $50 per document to have the documents scanned and e-filed by the court. If a document is e-filed using any status other than “Public,” the submitting attorney must state specific authority for limiting access to the document.