What is the file size limit when submitting an eFiling?

The file size for eFiling transactions vary depending upon court policies and procedures. We have outlined the file size limitations for each eFiling court below. If you believe your document or transaction may exceed these limits, please contact us for assistance in optimizing your files and/or utilizing File Transfer Protocol (FTP) for extremely large document.

We encourage you to always optimize your PDF and reduce your file size when necessary in order to remain within your court's file size parameters. Click here to read our blog post about how to reduce your file size!

Orange County Superior Court:
Individual documents as large as 35MB and a transaction up to 60MB can be accepted.

  •     Orange County Family Law

Orange County Family Law is through eFileCA, and therefore the file size limit for filings in this court is 25MB per document, 35MB per transaction envelope.

San Diego Superior Court:

The court will accept individual documents as large as 35MB and a total transaction size of 60MB.

San Francisco Superior Court:

Document file size is limited to 35MB each.

Los Angeles Superior Court:

There is no file size limit on individual documents, but the total transaction envelope cannot exceed 120MB.

  • Los Angeles Superior Court - Probate cases

The individual document size is 25MB, with a total transaction envelope size of 35MB. 

Texas Superior Court: 

The document file size and the total transaction size cannot exceed 35MB.

eFileCA & eFileIN Courts:

The document file size cannot exceed 25MB, and the entire transaction size cannot exceed 35MB.

eFileIL

The document file size cannot exceed 25MB, and the total transaction size cannot exceed 50MB.


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