Probate Electronic Filing

Electronic filing streamlines the delivery of court-filed documents, reduces the time and costs involved, and improves access to documents and other important case information. The following case types are required to be filed electronically in Pasco County:

  • New estate and guardianship cases
  • Incapacity cases
  • Interim and closing pleadings that were filed as new cases

Process to File New Cases Electronically

Law Firms – Alert!

Representatives attempting to file new probate, guardianship, and estate cases electronically have been thwarted by an outage at File and ServeXpress. The Office of Clerk & Comptroller is aware of the difficulty.

File and ServeXpress is a vendor contracted by our Office to perform this electronic-filing service. This is a vendor issue unrelated to the operation of our website or our Office.

We are in constant contact with the company as its troubleshooting team works to resolve the problem.

In the interim, counsel needing to file new probate, guardianship, and/or estate cases are urged to contact us directly by telephoning (352) 521-4542, Option 4 (Dade City) or (727) 847-8031, Option 4 (New Port Richey).

Additionally, File and ServeXpress’ law firm customer support is available 24 hours a day: telephone (866) 293-3957 or email support@fileandserve.com

Regional Project Manager Milt Stafford may be reached at mstafford@fileandserve.com.

File and ServeXpress

Customer Support is available 24 hours a day by calling (866) 293-3957; a representative will assist you through the process.

Contact the File and ServeXpress Representative:
Milt Stafford
Regional Project Manager
email Milt
Law Firm Customer Support Phone: (866) 293-3957; support@fileandserve.com

Pro Se Filers

Contact the Probate Division at one of our Court Operations locations.

Email our department.

Note: The 90-day requirement to file paper documents with original signatures in Pasco County has been discontinued.