It is expected that in December 2014, e-filing in newly-filed family matters will be available for the following case types: dissolution of marriage (F00), legal separation (F10), annulment (F20) and civil union - dissolution, legal separation and annulment (F50). E-filing will be mandatory for attorneys and optional for self-represented parties. Along with the roll-out of family e-filing, filers will see some enhancements to the functions and appearance of some screens in e-filing. Presentation/question and answer sessions on family e-filing will take place in each Judicial District later this fall. Attorneys and legal support staff may also want to review the E-File Frequently Asked Questions, which can be found at the following link on the Judicial Branch website: here. Anyone with questions is also welcome to contact Alice Mastrony either by phone at (860) 706-5321 or by email at email@example.com.