Maine eCourts

Please note: eFiling is now available in Rumford, Farmington, and South Paris courts as of April 1, 2024. Where available, eFiling is mandatory for attorneys and optional for most other filers. See a list of courts accepting eFiling below. Learn more about eFiling.

What is eCourts?

Maine eCourts is the Judicial Branch's new eFiling, online payment, digital court records, and electronic case management system. Maine eCourts offers:

  • 24/7 access to eFileMaine (for registered attorneys, firms, and parties to submit and view their eFilings)
  • Electronic service of parties who have opted for eFiling
  • Online tracking by email for fast and easy verification
  • Payment of court filing fees online
  • Online access to many public court records
  • Online help for self-represented parties to submit documents and eFile in certain types of cases through Maine Guide & File.

Courts Accepting eFiling

Region 3 Courts

Region 5 Courts

Case types where eFiling is now available

Access to Electronic Court Records

Access to electronic court records is governed by the Maine Rules of Electronic Court Systems (MRECS). Learn more about Accessing Electronic Court Records.

Support Resources

Visit the eFileMaine page for information on account setup, registration, user guides, and ways to contact technical support.


Contact Tyler Technologies Support for technical help for eFileMaine.

Contact for rule or process-related and non-technical questions about eFiling.

Contact the Maine Violations Bureau's Helpline: (207) 783-5422 with questions about traffic tickets.

Contact for general questions about the Judicial Branch.

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