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Posted by: Ryan Nevin on Aug 20, 2019

The Davidson County Circuit Court Clerk has officially launched their e-filing system. The system went live on July 22. The clerk’s office no longer will accept in-person filings, as they removed their stampers from the office.

Fax File is still an option, but not for new cases, summons, or adoptions. Additionally, fax filing costs $5 for a coversheet and $1 per additional page, while the e-file system is free to use.

In the General Sessions-Civil office, e-filing is limited to orders of protection and emergency committals, but they are looking to expand the offerings in early 2020.

Please browse this website for video tutorials and e-filing guides.

– Ryan Nevin is a Trust Advisor for Regions Private Wealth Management where he administers Trusts and Estates, and he advises high net worth clients on complex trust, probate, and tax matters, specifically around Business Succession Planning. Ryan is a Certified Trust and Financial Advisor (CTFA®) through the American Bankers Association. Ryan is currently the Chair-Elect for the TBA’s Law Tech Section. A graduate of Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, he is admitted to practice in Tennessee and the District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee.