FileSubmit is used in Civil, Family Law, Child Support, Small Claims and Landlord Tenant (evictions) case types at this time.
Filing fees will be paid through credit card via an online portal. Customers will submit credit card information on the FileSubmit page on the court’s website when uploading documents. Once the court has determined the filing fees owed, the filing fees will be processed to the customer’s credit card and a receipt detailing the documents filed and all fees charged will be emailed to the e-mail address provided.
The size limit will be 50 mb per document and up to 15 documents per submission. The court recommends documents be at 300 dpi and that color photos or documents are only included when necessary.
Yes, documents can still be filed in person at the appropriate courthouse.
The FileSubmit process is similar to regular fax filing processes. All documents will still need to be reviewed and processed accordingly by a court clerk.
Setting up an account for FileSubmit is not available at this time. Court users will need to add their personal and credit card information for each transaction.
FileSubmit will accept PDF files that are not text searchable and book marked.
San Bernardino Superior Court is always looking for ways to implement new technology or methods to provide greater access to services. FileSubmit is one more tool for filers to remotely file documents in a secure manner.