We are excited to share the implementation date for the four pilot counties, Harnett, Johnston, Lee, and Wake, for the eCourts Odyssey Integrated Case Management System (ICMS) and e-filing will be Monday, February 13, 2023.
Attorneys are required to eFile in Odyssey counties. You may register for an eFile & Serve account, at https://efilenc.tylertech.cloud/OfsEfsp/ui/landing . If you are a pro-se filer, you are not required to eFile, but you are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity.
ONCE REGISTERED PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT ANY FILINGS UNTIL GO LIVE 02/13/23
eFiling, also known as File & Serve, enables you to file documents electronically through a single, secure, centralized online location. It also allows you to:
Who will be required to use eFiling / File & Serve?
Attorneys and individuals in the four pilot counties (Harnett, Johnston, Lee, Wake) as well as those in other counties wishing to file cases in the four pilot counties will be required to do so via File & Serve. As additional counties launch Odyssey ICMS, attorneys and individuals wishing to file cases in those counties will be required to do so via File & Serve as well.
How do I register for eFiling / File & Serve?
Attorneys and individuals must register for an account to access File & Serve.
Individual users in a firm will be invited to create an account within a firm by the firm administrator. Once the firm administrator has added them to the firm account, the user will receive an email to set up their credentials.
Note: Attorneys may be required to enter an attorney number. If you do not have an attorney number from this state, register as an individual.
These users can register using the same link https://efilenc.tylertech.cloud/OfsEfsp/ui/landing and scrolling down to Register for an Individual Account. From there they will set up their account credentials and information. They must fill out all required fields. After submitting, they will receive an email with a link to activate their account.
Thank you for your patience as we work towards expanding equal access to the court system for everyone.