About eFileMaine

eFileMaine is the platform attorneys and parties use to electronically file (eFile) documents and perform other tasks online in court cases where eFiling is available.

Courts Accepting eFiling

Region 4 Courts

Region 5 Courts

eFiling is mandatory for attorneys, governmental agencies and parties who file more than six cases in a year in most family matters and civil cases.

Before using eFileMaine

  1. Attend a live, online training session or recorded session. See trainings & resources
  2. Read and understand the Maine Rules of Electronic Court Systems (MRECS).
  3. Determine what type of account you need (law firm administrator or individual filer).

Law firm administrators must setup and register their law firm first, then add individual attorneys. A firm administrator does not need to be an attorney. Firms may have more than one firm administrator.

eFileMaine users must register for an account and provide an email address to be used for eService, provide account payment details or an exemption from paying filing fees, and agree to Terms of Use.

eFiling, eService, and access to electronic documents are governed by the Maine Rules of Electronic Court Systems (MRECS).

Upcoming Presentations & Trainings

Introduction to eFiling (National EFSP Filer Webinar) Conducted by Tyler Technologies
This live, online webinar is offered several times and covers the basics of eFiling. Register for a session here.

See recorded presentations & trainings

Submit Feedback

Submit comments, suggestions, questions, or other areas of concern related to the rollout of the Maine eCourts eFiling system and the Odyssey case management system. Submit now


eFiling Technical Support
: (800) 297-5377
Available Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Email: Efiling.Support@Tylertech.com

Chat: Chat support is available on Tyler's eFile Knowledge Base website.

Judicial Branch eFiling Help
For rule or process-related questions about eFiling in Maine courts, email ecourtshelp@courts.maine.gov Monday-Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. or call (207) 213-2813 Monday-Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.