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Yes, all users must register prior to using File & Serve. It is free to sign up for an account, all you need is an email address. You will receive an e-mail confirmation that contains your username and password.
Note: If you cannot self-register to use File & Serve, contact your Firm Administrator to get a username and password. The Firm Administrator registers the firm and is responsible for setting up and maintaining all information for system users, credit card accounts, and attorneys at the firm.
Perform the following steps to reset your password:
Yes, the File & Serve User Guide, Quick Reference Guide, and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are available for your reference on the website.
You can access the documentation on the File & Serve home page, or by clicking the Info link at the top of the screen when you are logged into the site.
There is a 45-minute, pre-recorded training available here.
Tyler Technologies offers webinars on the www.efilewa.com website under Information for Filers. They also offer regularly-scheduled, live online training sessions for File & Serve. To access the training schedule, click here. If the page is blank, there are currently no webinars scheduled.
Note: Tyler, not the Snohomish County Clerk, provides the training. Tyler trainings are not Snohomish County Clerk specific.
File & Serve is a web-based system that is designed to be compatible with typical office workstations. No special setup or software installations are required to use File & Serve. See the recommended computer settings below.
The recommended settings for your workstation are as follows:
Anyone can use File & Serve. If you are not an attorney, you can register either as an "independent user" or a "firm administrator."
Difficulty viewing the entire web page may be a screen resolution issue. To resolve this issue, perform the following steps: