LASC Accepting Physical Filings via Dropbox
Update: Janney Operations During COVID-19 – Janney & Janney will remain open during normal business hours. However, all regular route pick up and delivery service will be suspended until further notice. eFiling is still available.
OC Courthouses Limit Public Access
In response to the health concerns raised by the coronavirus (COVID19) outbreak, Orange County Superior Court will be limiting public access. In order to enter the courthouse you must schedule for In-Person Counter Service through their online website. eFiling is still available.
Other Important News and Notices
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Our Clients Come First!
Driven by the needs of our clients, Janney & Janney has evolved to meet the constant demands of the legal support community. We take pride in setting a high standard of professional and efficient service to you.
Now eFiling in 19 Counties!
Our portal is user friendly, eService capable, and has a searchable filing history. Now eFiling in Orange, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Butte, Calaveras, Fresno, Kern, Kings, Merced, Monterey, Napa, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Stanislaus, Sutter, and Yuba counties. With more on the way!
Convenient Online Ordering!
Janney & Janney offers a complete web ordering and tracking system. Our system is easy to use and makes your job easier! It reduces the hassle of preparing, and keeping track of your documents.
Serving the Legal Community Since 1973!
Janney & Janney is fully capable of providing your firm with a complete legal support service. With eFiling capabilities, 4 office locations, and affiliates nationwide, we can get any job done in the U.S. and Canada!
Now eFiling in Los Angeles for Unlimited and Limited Civil!
Our Online Ordering Portal supports all order types, including eFiling in Orange County, Civil and Probate in Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Also, we are certified through Odyssey eFileCA and Journal Technologies. We plan to roll out the different counties that become available for eFiling over the next several months. We are currently eFiling in various divisions within the counties of Los Angeles, Orange, San Francisco, Butte, Calaveras, Fresno, Kern, Kings, Merced, Monterey, Napa, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Sutter, and Yuba.
With eFiling in other divisions within various counties throughout the state, including Los Angeles, quickly approaching; we saw a need to give our clients a new technology platform that allowed them to submit orders for courts that still accepted paper filings, as well as those courts that mandated eFiling. With a “Route Pickup” option it gives our Retainer Clients the ability to submit their orders through their daily pick-up. Checkout the User Guides below or sign up for an upcoming webinar to become more familiar with how to use the New Janney Portal.
- How to Place a Court Filing Order
- How to Place a Process Serving Order (Single Entity)
- How to Place a Process Serving Order (Multiple Entities)
- How to Place an Orange County eFiling Order (Case Initiation)
- How to Place an Orange County eFiling Order (Subsequent Filing)
Our staff is knowledgeable, professional, and highly experienced. We have been in business for over 40 years, and maintain a close relationship with the courts. Janney & Janney is highly reputable, and is known for great service when it comes to both court filings and process serving. It’s our company policy to have staff readily available to answer all your questions, and do whatever it takes to ensure your assignment is completed on time. Janney & Janney is your link to the courts, and we look forward to providing your firm with a complete legal support service.
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