How do I submit proposed orders?

You will need to select Proposed Order as your filing code. If in proper form, your Proposed Order will be accepted by the clerk, printed and forwarded to the assigned Judge. If the proposed order is signed by the Court, a copy will be emailed to you. Please do not e-file orders on a case with a hearing, you will need to present your order to the Judge at the hearing. This business process may possibly change so please check back for any updates. Or contact the clerk for any questions.

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1. Do I have to e-File?
2. Do I have to use an Electronic Filing Service Provider (EFSP)?
3. Do I need to sign up for eService?
4. What if I am filing a case with an Affidavit of Indigency? Or I have been court appointed to represent a litigant? How are the fees handled?
5. May I include more than one document for filing per submission?
6. My document has two cause numbers listed. Do I need to submit the document twice?
7. My motion needs the hearing date and time entered. How is that completed?
8. How do I submit proposed orders?
9. There is not a "filing code" which fits my document title exactly. What do I choose?
10. What if I am not sure if my document requires a filing fee?