Initiate a New Case in the State of Indiana, electronically serve or mail the accepted documents to parties and/or attorneys.
The State of Indiana uses the Tyler Technologies Odyssey e-File system as their Electronic Filing Manager (EFM). That EFM uses its own credit card processing service called Tyler Online Gateway (TOGA). It authorizes and charges all fees the court assesses.
Learn how to File on an Existing Case in the Courts for the State of Indiana and electronically serve (e-serve) parties relevant documents.
In the State of Indiana, Civil protection orders are available for situations involving domestic or family violence, sexual assault, stalking, harassment, or child sex grooming.
The State of Indiana does not allow users to file an Order of Protection through normal EFSPs such as ours.
Find the up-to-date Indiana Trial Court Fee Manual directly on their site.
When e-service fails in the State of Indiana, there are some things the filer may do to avoid these failures in the future.
Indiana’s statewide e-filing project is successfully moving forward, with more than half the state already requiring attorneys to electronically file and serve.
Court.In.Gov on Please note that we are making a number of changes to the e-filing system in response to July 1st legislative changes. Effective July 1st, the following changes have been implemented for all counties that are e-filing.
By far the most common support question we receive is related to the fees associated with electronic filing in the Odyssey eFile program.