eFiling for Probate / Mental Health
Electronic filing in mental health cases is encouraged but is not required.
The following original documents may not be filed electronically:
- Affidavit re: Real Property of Small Value;
- Financial Documents submitted by Private Professional Conservator;
- Subpoenaed documents;
- Undertakings; and
- Will/Codicils – originals for filing or safekeeping;
NOTE: In light of the pandemic related to COVID-19 and until further notice, electronic submission of bonds and letters will be allowed and require a signature (digital or otherwise). Letters without signatures will not be accepted. [Government Code section 68150 subdivision (c)].
Select one of the following court approved Electronic Filing Service Providers (listed alphabetically) to electronically file (eFile) your probate documents: