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Monroe County Supreme Court E-Filing Information

E-filing is now permitted in Livingston, Monroe, and Ontario Counties for approved case types.

NYS Courts E-Filing System



Announcements

Hon. Matthew Rosenbaum

Supervising Judge, Civil Courts Matthew Rosenbaum

Greetings, and welcome to Monroe County Supreme Court's electronic filing website. Within our site, you will find a variety of ways to effectively and correctly e-file all documents related to your matter.
Currently, e-filing is a "consensual" process, meaning it is purely optional. Within the year, however, it is our hope that e-filing will become mandatory in order to provide a more seamless and streamlined process. As you are likely aware, litigation utilizes large amounts of paper. E-filing eliminates that waste, is more economical and convenient. The areas currently covered by e-filing are commercial litigation, medical malpractice, personal injury, asbestos, motor vehicle, real property other than residential foreclosure, consumer credit, and name change.
We have partnered with New York's Office of Court Administration in providing you with the most up-to-date e-filing program available in the New York State court system. If, however, you need assistance, there are appropriate links within this website which should answer any of your questions. Additionally, our Supreme and County Court Clerk's office stands ready to assist you with any questions, comments or concerns. They may be reached at (585)371-3758.
We are hopeful that you will find e-filing to be a more accommodating way to handle your matter. Thank you for visiting us!

~ Hon. Matthew A. Rosenbaum
NYS Supreme Court Justice and Chair of E-filing

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Forms for E-Filing

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Office of the Monroe County Clerk

Office of Monroe County Clerk

Monroe Records Online

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Protocols & Rules

Monroe E-Filing Protocols

Judges Rules

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Requirements

  • Computer with Internet capabilities
  • Printer
  • Scanner
  • Software such as Adobe Acrobat in order to view PDFs
  • User ID and password to access E-File System
  • Optional: software that allows you to convert documents into PDFs
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Training

NYSCEF FAQ

NYSCEF Training Site

NYSCEF Training Registration

NYSCEF Training Resources

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