Electronic filing is mandatory as of January 1st, 2018 for all civil cases in Boone County.
Electronic filing is available as of January 6th, 2020 for subsequent filings on criminal cases in Boone County.
CIVIL FILING FEES - Effective January 1st, 2022
MISC. FILING FEES - Effective August 1st, 2019


You can file online from your home or office using any certified e-file service provider (EFSP).  The list of available certified e-file service providers can be used 24/7. Please view the "Service Provider Comparisons" chart below for assistance in choosing the right provider for your needs. You are able to change providers at any time or use multiple providers. Once you have your initial account created for eFileIL, it can be used for all of the different service providers.

Getting Started

Electronic filing Service Providers (EFSPs)

Service Provider Comparisons

Certification for Exemtion from E-Filing

E-Filing Frequently Asked Questions

The Circuit Clerk's office has two scanning stations available for your use with electronic filing. These stations are located in the lobby of the Boone County Courthouse and are available during regular business hours. Please check in at the Circuit Clerk's Office for assistance. 

eFile with Odyssey                    eFile with i2File

1. Prepare Documents                 1. Prepare Documents

2. Register                                    2. Register

3. Sign In                                      3. Sign In

4. Forgot Password                      4. Forgot Password

5. Payment Account                     5. Payment Account

6. Case Information                      6. Case Information

7. Party Information                      7. Party Information

8. Upload Files                              8. Upload Files

9. Pay Fees                                   9. Pay Fees

10. Review / Submit                     10. Review / Submit