During the early stages of Allen County's transition to E-Filing the Clerk distributed weekly updates regarding best practices. These weekly updates have been compiled into a searchable document.

 

pdfCOMPILATION OF E-FILING UPDATES FOR ALLEN COUNTY (1/2019)

pdfE-FILING FOR ADDITIONAL CASE TYPES - QUEST SYSTEM (1/2019)

 

Additional E-filing Information and Forms:

pdfE-FILING APPEARANCE FORM FOR ATTORNEYS - ALLEN COUNTY

pdfAPPEARANCE FORM FOR SELF-REPRESENTED LITIGANTS

pdfE-FILING PROCESS TO PROBATE WILLS (1/18/2017)

CASE TYPE - QUICK REFERENCE SHEET (9/12/2018)

 

Additional information is available on the State's E-filing website found here.  

        Effective July 1, 2015

SUMMARY OF LEGISLATIVE CHANGES

Click here for a summary of changes that are effective July 1, 2015.  Notable changes include revisions to processing certified/registered mail, Sheriff's service fees, and expungements.

 

 

Effective July 1, 2014

SUMMARY OF LEGISLATIVE CHANGES

Click here for a summary of changes that are effective July 1, 2014.  These changes concern mailing costs for filings, Juvenile Paternity (JP) cases, expungements, quiet titles, and the criminal code revision.

  

REVISIONS TO THE CRIMINAL CODE

Major revisions to the criminal code were passed during Indiana's 2013 Legislative Session.  Notable changes include the reclassification of felonies from four levels to six levels and penalty revisions for certain crimes.  Additional information concerning the legislative history and associated documents may be found here.

 

 

Effective July 1, 2013

NEW EXPUNGEMENT LAW

Due to the complexity of this new law and the severe consequences for any mistakes made by the petitioner in the process, it is highly recommended that an attorney is consulted before proceeding with an expungement petition.  The most recent version of this law may be found under Ind. Code 35-38-9.