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Attorney Access to File and Serve
E-filing is AVAILABLE at Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court and Magistrate Courts
E-filing is available for attorneys in civil cases for both initial and subsequent filings and proposed text/orders. Effective October 15, 2020, e-Filing is mandatory for civil cases at Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court. Effective September 9, 2021, e-Filing is mandatory for civil cases at Magistrate Courts.
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The fees for E-filing at the District, Metropolitan and Magistrate Courts in New Mexico are as follows:
Getting Started in File and Serve
- A CAID number is required for attorneys to use File and Serve (NOTE: this is different than a Bar number). To obtain or lookup your number, contact the Supreme Court here.
Out-of-state attorneys, contact the Supreme Court here.
- An individual from a law firm or sole practitioner can register for a Firm account in File & Serve by selecting the Register button on the New Mexico File & Serve home page.
- You are ready to begin filing in the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and District Courts.
Guidelines for e-Filing
For details about e-Filing to the Supreme Court, click here.
For details about e-Filing to the Court of Appeals, click here.
For details about e-Filing to the Bernalillo County Metropolitan Courts, click here
For details about e-Filing to Criminal cases, click here.
Proposed Text Documents
Proposed Text documents are documents that need to be reviewed and signed by the judge. In the Metropolitan Court, proposed documents must be identified by a party’s attorney as “proposed,” and they must be filed by the party’s attorney through File & Serve.
Proposed Text documents are not to be sent directly to the Judge or emailed to the Metropolitan Court. Any proposed document that is adopted or modified, and signed by the Judge will be electronically filed by the Metropolitan Court and served on the parties as required by the Rules of Civil Procedure.
Free Process for Attorneys
For District Court attorneys, click here.
For Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court, click here.
For assistance with File and Serve (filing, training or processing payments) contact Tyler Technologies:
Call: 1-800-297-5377, Email: Efiling.Support@Tylertech.com or Chat