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Announcement: Tulare County Superior Court Introduces Our Virtual Public Counter -

The Tulare County Superior Court is excited to announce our new service, the Virtual Public Counter.  Accessed via mobile device or computer, our virtual public counter offers real-time, face-to-face interactions with our Superior Court support team, potentially alleviating the need for a physical visit to the court. They assist with a variety of services like court records requests, payments, and self-help.  Due to procedural logistics some services may require an in-person visit.  Click here to try it now.


eFiling Information

The court accepts electronically file documents in Civil, Family, Probate, Small Claims, and Adoption cases. To get started,  you will need to select an electronic filing service provider (EFSP).  Each EFSP offers a variety of additional services depending on your needs.  It is the sole responsibility of the filer to ensure that all documents containing social security numbers, driver's license numbers, and other sensitive information, are properly redacted prior to electronically filing to the court. The Court cannot redact documents that are electronically file.

  • Basic eFiling FAQ

    For information for your basic questions regarding eFiling

  • General eFiling Procedural Information

    For general eFiling Procedural Information

  • Filing Fee & Procedures

    For information regarding filing fees and other related procedures.

  • What Case Types Are Available to eFile?

    Find out which case types can be eFiled

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