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Title: EFiling


1
E-Filing
  • Electronic filing of child support petitions is
    the next step in the OTDA/OCA partnership

2
E-filing benefits
  • Eliminates the need for a paper document transfer
    process between the CSEU and the court
  • Reduces delay between petitioner appearance in
    the CSEU office and court docketing
  • The petitioner will leave the CSEU office with
  • Assurance that the petition has been filed with
    the court
  • A court date
  • A copy of the filed petition
  • A summons that can be used for service (if
    needed)

3
Family Court E-Filing Process
4
What is required
  • Need active CSS case that meets all petition
    requirements
  • District must have E-filing capabilities
  • Need Client in front of computer
  • Must have Signature Pad

5
Users will enter the E-filing process through the
Document Generation gtNYS Family Court tab
A new selection for Petition Filing has been
added. For the pilot, this selection will only
be enabled if the user selects a CSS Support
petition.
6
The user will determine whether a Court Family
Filing Number (FFN) exists using a modified court
inquiry screen
Users will select a FFN (if any) using this
column
Users will select one of these buttons to continue
7
The E-filing process utilizes the existing
support petition process
8
E-filing process (continued)
9
Users will be asked to select relief sought and
verify the role of each CSMS and UCMS party
This step is only required if the FFN is known.
10
Limited scheduling is available
11
Completing the process
  • E-filing information is transmitted to UCMS
  • UCMS validates information and returns a docket
    number
  • The petition is generated through ASSETS Document
    Generation
  • The petitioner electronically signs the petition
  • The signed petition is transmitted back to UCMS

12
Completing the process (continued)
  • ASSETS receives a confirmation message from UCMS
  • Message will include the signed petition and
    summons documents
  • The user prints out the documents
  • Copies are saved to the Family Court Document Log
  • The petitioner leaves the office with copies of
    all documents and a court date

13
Signature Pad
14
Pilot E-filing project
  • A pilot project began at Kings County Family
    Court in December 2007
  • Pilot is for non-TA initial support petitions
  • Three staff are participating in the pilot
  • Over 350 e-filings have been successfully
    completed
  • Average 6 e-filings per day

15
Beyond the NYC pilot
  • Expansion to all NYC Family Courts for non-TA
    initial support filings
  • Expansion to upstate counties
  • Upstate expansion is expected to begin in June
    2008
  • Add additional petition types
  • Next expected petition type is paternity filings
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