A: If you are already a Nebraska.gov subscriber, complete the Court E-Filing Request and return the form via fax to Nebraska.gov.
For additional information about a Nebraska.gov subscription, check out the Nebraska.gov Subscriber Portal.
A: You may file the document by paper (via US Postal Service) or file in person at the court. To discuss other options, please contact the court in which you are filing the document.
A: If you have a technical question about navigating the eFile website, please contact Nebraska.gov directly. If you have a question specific to the document and what filing options to choose on the website, please contact the county or district court in which you are filing.
** Nebraska.gov is the technical provider of the eFile service. Nebraska.gov cannot, in any way, advise how to file your legal documents**
A: When you become an eFiler, your Nebraska.gov account is set up for direct debit in order to provide filing fees to the courts in a timely manner. Any fees that are associated with particular filings will be debited from your bank account at the time the filing is accepted by the court. If you are a current Nebraska.gov subscriber, these fees will not be included on your Nebraska.gov invoice. Your Nebraska.gov billing will also become direct debit from the same bank account. Your regular monthly transactions will be invoiced as usual to you via email and will be debited from your bank account on the 10th of each month.
A: Yes, Nebraska Interactive, DBA Nebraska.gov is fully PCI/DSS compliant. All account information managed in our customer database is encrypted, and held on our secure servers.
A: No. Although your Nebraska.gov account is used for transactions other than eFiling, filing fees are transferred directly to the court at the time the filing is accepted by the court. As Nebraska.gov charges no fees to eFile, these transactions do not appear on your invoice.
A:Any user on your account can login to view eFiling transaction history and search by date to get reports on what actions have been filed, and what fees have been paid.
A: No. Usernames and passwords are correlated with individual attorney names and bar numbers. The login ID used in eFiling a new case will become the attorney of record for the case in Justice. (Subsequent filing logins have no effect on the attorney of record for the case.) You should not file for multiple attorneys under the same login.
A: There are many free software applications available for download on the Internet. Installing and using a PDF converter takes only minutes.
A: Once filings are accepted by the clerk, the images are available the same business day.