Irving, TX (PRWEB) October 08, 2013
File & ServeXpress, the nation’s largest document exchange provider serving the legal and judicial communities, continues to expand its growing list of court jurisdictions that have transitioned to electronic filing. The company has added new digital documentation exchange capability for two users, the District of Columbia Superior Court and the Kent County office of the Register of Wills in Delaware.
In Washington, D.C., the District of Columbia Superior Court launched electronic filing for its Probate Division in September. The system provided by File & ServeXpress allows for comprehensive document e-Filing and management services, eliminating the costly overhead and excessive time required to copy, process and deliver thousands of paper documents each year. Already, e-Filing is required for lawyers in most Civil and Tax Division cases. Last year, e-Filing was initiated in the Family Division for neglect and abuse, juvenile and domestic relations cases.
“We believe e-Filing offers significant benefits to the Court and the filers, and we are pleased to expand e-Filing to our Probate Division,” says Senior Judge Brook Hedge. “Not only does it reduce paperwork, but judges are able to file their orders online so they are instantly available to all parties involved in the case.”
In Delaware, the Kent County office of the Register of Wills has implemented e-Filing, using the File & ServeXpress system. “Electronic filing saves time, expense and allows immediate access to critical documents,” says Dianne M. Rager, Deputy Register of Wills, Kent County Levy Court. "The legal system is more efficient and effective when we can use the advanced tools available to us.”
Formed through an acquisition of two of the country’s largest and preeminent e-Filing and e-Service providers for attorneys and courts, File & ServeXpress offers products that provide access to universally compatible e-Filing and document exchange technology. The company serves all types and sizes of courts, firms, cases and practice areas.
About File & ServeXpress
File & ServeXpress, headquartered in Irving, Texas, was formed in 2012 through an acquisition of two of the pioneers of e-Filing and electronic service – CaseFileXpress and File & Serve, a former LexisNexis company. The resulting combination brought together more than 30 years of experience in legal e-Filing and service delivery to form the leader in the industry.
File & ServeXpress brings together an established, comprehensive record of success in working with courts around the country to implement electronic filing. It has existing e-Filing and/or e-Service projects spanning 30 states and the District of Columbia with more than 165,000 registered users and 39,000 law firm clients, representing all of the top 100 law firms in the country.
File & ServeXpress combines service delivery and advanced e-Filing technology with the management and financial strength of its private investors. File & ServeXpress was formed by the shareholders of MMC Group, LP, Strait Lane Capital and Rosewood Private Investments specifically to acquire File & Serve and CaseFileXpress.