Electronic Filing in the Delaware Judiciary


Delaware eFlex

Delaware eFlex is used in the Justice of the Peace Court.

Please use the tabs below for more information on eFiling with Delaware eFlex.

eFiling in the Justice of the Peace Court Using eFlex


eFlex will permit you to file your case directly with the Justice of the Peace Court. Please note that Justice of the Peace Court requires eFiling in certain cases. Please review the administrative/policy directives and eFile rules located below.

Your filing fees can be paid on eFlex, either by setting up a Court debit account from which fees can be deducted, or by using a credit card. If you wish to set up a debit account, please complete this application.

In addition to the filing fees associated with each case, you will also be assessed a technology fee. The fee in the Justice of the Peace Court is a $1.25 per document submitted.

Justice of the Peace Courts: Policy Directive 08-232 sets forth the criteria of those required to e-file along with the Order amending Rule 79.1 allowing the Justice of the Peace Court to implement e-filing procedures. Additional information can be found on the Justice of the Peace Court website.

Delaware eFlex Online Help and Instructions


Delaware eFiling Manual

Generic eFiling information from Tybera (eFlex author): eFlex User's Manual


Steps to Become an eFlex eFiler


  1. Review Getting Started Manual—Review the eFlex User's Manual for an overview of the processes, technical requirements, preparation and FAQ's of eFiling.
  2. Sign up and Attend Training—You are required to attend a three-hour eFlex training session. If you have not yet attended a training session, view available training sessions and sign up for training
  3. Request eFlex Access—After attending the training, you will need to fill out the required form to request eFlex access. You will receive notification when your access is granted by a Delaware courts' system administrator.
  4. Obtain Court Debit Account (optional)—You can pay for eFiling using a credit/debit card or Court Debit Account. Print out a Court Debit Account Application to request a Debit Account. Upon approval, the courts will e-mail you with the instructions on how to deposit money into the account.

File & Serve Delaware

File & Serve Delaware is used in the Court of Common Pleas.

Please use the tabs below for more information on eFiling with File & Serve Delaware.

eFiling in the Court of Common Pleas Using File & Serve Delaware


Any person intending to eFile in the Court of Common Pleas must register with File & Serve Delaware.

Court of Common Pleas: Please note that e-filing is required in certain cases for the Court of Common Pleas. Please review the following: Administrative Directive 2017-1 eFiling Procedures and Court of Common Pleas efile rule.

File & Serve Delaware Online Training, Help, and Instructions


File & Serve Delaware Manual

File & Serve Delaware Training Site

For more information, please visit the Court of Common Pleas eFiling page.



File & ServeXpress

File & ServeXpress is used in the Supreme Court, Court of Chancery and Superior Court.

Please use the tabs below for more information on eFiling with File & ServeXpress.

eFiling in Supreme Court, Court of Chancery and Superior Court using File & ServeXpress


Any person intending to eFile in these courts must register with File & ServeXpress.

File & ServeXpress will provide training to all filers and users. Contact them to arrange this by calling attorney customer support at 1-888-529-7587.

Supreme Court
Please refer to the Order Adopting a New Supreme Court Rule 10.1, 10.2 and 11(c) Electronic Filing for details on eFiling in the Supreme Court. Additional information can be found on the Supreme Court of Delaware eFiling page.

Court of Chancery
Please refer to Administrative Directive No. 2003-1 for details on eFile Administrative Procedures. Visit the Court of Chancery for additional information regarding eFiling.

Superior Court
Please refer to Administrative Directive 2007-6 for details on eFile Administrative Procedures. File & ServeXpress public access to documents is available on computer terminals in the Prothonotary's Office.

Visit Superior Court eLitigation page for additional File & ServeXpress Resources, Superior Court Quick Guides and Helpful Hints along with Directives, Rules and Standards.

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File & ServeXpress

*Family Court does not offer eFiling at this time.