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May 14, 2015

National Center For State Courts (NCSC) Court Technology Bulletin recently acknowledged how the use of TurboCourt’s Smart Forms are helping self-represented litigants and courts alike. “One of the things that we teach here at the NCSC is that court internet web services need to be oriented to the user’s requirements. And, in turn control how information is presented for adjudication. Smart Forms provide one successful approach to address this need.” Read more…

May 14, 2015

AZTurboCourt continues expanding online services, by announcing mandatory e-filing for attorneys filing civil case types in Pima County, AZ (the 2nd most populous county in the state). Effective April 20, 2015 for attorneys whose firm name begins with the letters A-M.   Effective May 26, 2015 for those whose firm name begins with letters N-Z.** Read more…

April 14, 2015

TurboCourt’s Domestic Violence / Protection From Abuse (DVPFA) service is a groundbreaking, internet-based tool for victims of domestic abuse or stalking in Florida, allowing submission of all petitions and draft orders remotely. This type of filing is free for domestic violence petitioners.  The program was started in early 2015 as a pilot site, and TurboCourt is proudly expanding statewide throughout Florida. Read more…

March 12, 2015

Travis, Cameron and Williamson County District Courts become the first Texas courts to electronically accept uncontested divorce filings, powered by TurboCourt, Certified by EFSP. Statewide Rollout Underway! Read more…

January 26, 2015

Noted as one of the smoothest releases yet, with no service interruptions, Superior Court of Maricopa County enables e-Filing for Tax Cases & Process Servers, improving services and lowering costs. And there’s even more e-government services coming soon.  Click here to read more project updates.

December 31, 2014

As 2014 closes, TurboCourt is full steam ahead, adding new e-Court products and court clients across the nation, enhancing access to justice and increasing staff productivity. And there’s even more coming soon. Click here for a partial list of jurisdictions that have recently expanded or are actively expanding their TurboCourt solution. When Courts choose to expand their TurboCourt platform, we know we’ve done our job right, providing a best-of-breed e-Court solution to our valued clients and their constituents. Read full article here

December 21, 2014

Interactive Divorce Forms Now Available for Travis County Residents. Austin, TX – December, 18, 2014 – Travis County District Clerk Amalia Rodriguez-Mendoza announced today her office can now accept uncontested divorce filings prepared electronically via TurboCourt™, the newest e-filing service provider for Texas courts. Click here to read more…

August 02, 2014

San Bernardino Family Law e-filing. Enhanced new way to complete and electronically file you Family Law forms available now.

July 03, 2014

The New Hampshire Judicial Branch (NHJB) has selected Intresys, Inc., the developers of TurboCourt, to supply their private cloud software for the NH eCourt Project. TurboCourt will enable government filers, self-represented, parties to cases, individuals and businesses to file and retrieve court documents electronically. Intresys, the nation’s leading supplier of Interactive Intelligent e-filing technology, is coming to New Hampshire’s Trial Court system in July 2014. Read the full article

June 17, 2014

TurboCourt for Child Support clients and counties now available in Stanislaus County.

May 15, 2014

TurboCourt sponsors the 2014 California Child Support Directors Association (CSDA) conference in Orange County, California. This year was a record, over 800 attendees and representatives from every child support agency in the state were able to learn and receive training. The TurboCourt award winning innovative and cost effective cloud based service continues to expand and connect clients with child support agencies.

April 28, 2014

TurboCourt for Child Support clients and counties now available in Yolo county.

April 28, 2014

TurboCourt IS NOT Vulnerable to the Heartbleed Bug. TurboCourt is committed to keeping your sensitive court and agency filing information secure and confidential. The widespread internet threat, The Heartbleed Bug, is sweeping the IT nation, putting valuable consumer & business information at risk.  We are proud to confirm that TurboCourt is not vulnerable to The Heartbleed Bug.

April 28, 2014

e-Serve Available in AZTurboCourt.
Do You Know There’s An Easier, Less Expensive Way To Serve Legal Documents?

Introducing e-Serve from TurboCourt!  21st Century Electronic Document Service Option for Today’s Modern Filer

TurboCourt’s new e-Serve feature offers an affordable, convenient and reliable means to electronically serve your court documents and As of March 2014, e-Serve is formally recognized by AZ Supreme Court as a safe, secure and legally-binding means of serving filed documents.
e-Serve is now available for the following Courts:
• Maricopa County Superior Court – civil subsequent filings
• Arizona Supreme Court – subsequent filings
• Court of Appeals Division 1 – subsequent filings

http://www.azcourts.gov/Portals/22/admorder/Orders14/2014-23.pdf

April 24, 2014

TurboCourt will not be available due to System Maintenance and Upgrades starting at 7:00 AM on SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014 until approximately 8:00 PM on SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 2014. (Please check the TurboCourt website for earlier availability). During this time filers will not be able access the TurboCourt website which means they will not have access to their accounts nor be able to file and retrieve documents. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

July 25, 2013

General Civil e-Filing available now in Orange County Superior Court of California!

July 23, 2013

TurboCourt Maintenance – Please be advised that TurboCourt will be taken offline at 9:00pm (PST) on Thursday, July 25th for scheduled maintenance.  The system should be back online by 11:00pm (PST). Thank you for your understanding.

March 01, 2013

California Child Support Services application has been upgraded with changes for Form FL-150, Income and Expense Declaration.

February 06, 2013

Child Support Services Application is now available in San Mateo County, CA

August 26, 2012

Arizona TurboCourt applications will not be available due to PayPal upgrades from 11:00pm PDT 08/26/12 until 6:00am PDT 08/27/21

August 21, 2012

California DCSS and Family Law application will not be available from 3pm until 9pm due to system upgrade.

July 09, 2012

Family Law Intelligent Form Services are now available for Coconino County.  Other counties coming soon!

February 23, 2012 

Small Claims Electronic Filing is now available in Maricopa County, AZ – Dreamy Draw, Moon Valley, McDowell Mountain, and Desert Ridge Justice Court Locations

February 22, 2012

The Arizona Small Claims Print application is available.

October 01, 2011

TurboCourt welcomes San Bernardino Superior Court in California. Starting Saturday, October 1, filers can electronically deliver and pay their filing fees for Small Claims filings to the San Bernardino Superior Court in California.

San Bernardino has chosen TurboCourt to assist them with the many challenges courts are facing in serving self-represented litigants. By using TurboCourt they expect to reduce costs, gain productivity, and improve their services to the public.

March 11, 2011

TurboCourt announces the release of two new services for New Jersey – Small Claims and Non-Dissolution. Updates will also be made to several California applications. Other enhancements will be made to the TurboCourt portal as well.

December 1, 2010

Meet TurboCourt at e-Courts West 2010 in Las Vegas, NV, December 13-15, 2010

July 01, 2010

Meet TurboCourt at NACM in New Orleans, LA July 19, 2010. TurboCourt will be attending the National Association for Court Management Conference in New Orleans, LA. Come and meet our team and see a demo of our products!

June 30, 2010

EzLegalFile Maintenance – Please be advised that EzLegalFile will be taken offline at 4:30pm on Wednesday, June 30th for bi-annual form maintenance.  EzLegalFile should be back online by 6:00pm on Wednesday, June 30th. Thank you for your understanding.

June 01, 2010

Arizona Court Forms are Now Accessible via TurboCourt™! Arizona Small Claims, General Civil and Eviction applications are newly available for use via AZTurboCourt!  TurboCourt’s widespread knowledge in creating easy to use online forms for courts and government agencies has demonstrated to be a flourishing means for organizing, simplifying and expediting the process of filing forms for customers. TurboCourt™ is pleased to expand services to courts in Arizona. TurboCourt™ welcomes our Arizona filers!

February 01, 2010

California EZLegalFile is now available to you! On Feb 1, 2010, EZLegalFile transitioned to a new home under TurboCourt™ California. This will allow users to take advantage of our improved service and enhanced features now and in the years ahead.

September 16, 2008

TurboCourt™ Recognized as Best Fit Integrator by the Center for Digital Government! The Center for Digital Government awarded Intresys Honorable Mention in the prestigious Best Fit Integrators Award for the category “Applied Creativity and Elegant Design in Health and Human Services”.

“This award recognizes TurboCourt™ as a leading and broad-based solution for addressing the online self-help constituency services needs of state and local governments, as well as the courts,” noted Alex Zilberfayn, Vice-President, Intresys. “It illustrates our success in providing government agencies and courts with innovative web-based solutions for their real-world problems.”

Intresys was the recipient of the award for their implementation of TurboCourt™ for the Contra Costa County Department of Child Support Services IV-D (DCSS).

In addition, the County recently had Intresys expand the functionality of its TurboCourt™ implementation to enable the service for Spanish speaking clients of the online program including e-Filing. Both the English and Spanish versions of TurboCourt™ for DCSS are available statewide in California.

“TurboCourt™ has received numerous technology and innovation awards over the years,” Mr. Zilberfayn continued. “As we continue to add to our underlying formidable technology and sophisticated design, we appreciate the recognition from institutions around the country”.

September 01, 2008

TurboCourt™ at the 25th Annual WICSEC Training Conference, San Antonio, TX. Intresys was the recipient of the award for their implementation of TurboCourt™ for the Contra Costa County Department of Child Support Services IV-D (DCSS).

In addition, the County recently had Intresys expand the functionality of its TurboCourt™ implementation to enable the service for Spanish speaking clients of the online program including e-Filing. Both the English and Spanish versions of TurboCourt™ for DCSS are available statewide in California. Hear What Our Customers Are Saying

July 01, 2008

TurboCourt™ has fostered a collaboration between the California courts and the Department of Child Support Services where Domestic Relations court filers are directly linked to the Child Support application allowing them to immediately request IV-D services. And the data from TurboCourt’s™ Family Law application is transferred to the Child Support application, speeding up the process.

January 15, 2008

TurboCourt™ California Child Support Services (IV-D) Now online. TurboCourt™ helps clients complete forms needed to apply for child support services, request a modification in an existing case, or respond to an existing case. It can be used by both custodial and non-custodial parties.

Applicants can choose to electronically deliver their forms directly to the Agency for faster, more convenient service.  Automated email notifications keep the applicant informed of the status of their application.

Options include:

  • Establishing paternity
  • Requesting child support orders from the court
  • Requesting medical support orders from the court
  • Enforcing child and spousal support orders
  • Modifying child support orders

October 01, 2007

TurboCourt Client Wins Child Support Award! Congratulations to Contra Costa County Department of Child Support services for winning the 2007 Child Support Directors Association Program Awareness Award.  The association’s praise for Contra Costa DCSS included the following:

“Contra Costa is a trailblazer in the development of innovative techniques to simplify and improve access to services, such as the recent implementation of TurboCourt. Availability of the new TurboCourt Child Support Application developed cooperatively by Contra Costa County Department of Child Support Services and business partner Intresys, presents a perfect opportunity to extend child support services to non-assistance customers and improve performance.”

February 23, 2007

INTRESYS, technology providers of TurboCourt and EZLegalFile e-solutions for the courts and other government agencies, announced today that the addition of a brand new application type for Sheriff’s Offices has been added to TurboCourt for San Mateo County, California.

The Sheriff Evictions application allows individuals, businesses and attorneys prepare their forms to request that the Sheriff perform an eviction once a signed Judgment is received from the Court.

The program helps users prepare a detailed Instructions to the Sheriff, as well as the Writ of Possession of Real Property, a court document required before the eviction can proceed.

“We designed the application in cooperation with the Sheriff’s Office to be sure they received the information they need to execute evictions as efficiently and safely as possible,” states Mr. Steve Kimmelman, Program Manager of INTRESYS.

“In addition to providing the user with lots of helpful tips, we prompt them to include all the specific details that the Deputy Sheriffs find invaluable, such as whether the occupants of the premises are known to be violent, involved with drugs or gangs, have weapons, or if there are dangerous animals or other hazards present.”

“Furthermore, we ask users to provide details about other potential issues that may hinder the eviction, such as the presence of disabled or handicapped individuals, locked entryways, and difficult to find locations,” continues Mr. Kimmelman.

The new Sheriff Evictions application will result in fewer eviction requests not being completed due to inaccurate or incomplete forms.

July 15, 2006

INTRESYS, technology providers of TurboCourt and EZLegalFile e-solutions for the courts and child support enforcement departments, announced today that the application for Child Support Services has been added to TurboCourt nationwide portal for the Department of Child Support Services, Contra Costa County, California.  TurboCourt is a suite of Internet-based interactive forms preparation applications serving self-represented clients since 1999.

The Child Support Application for Service allows clients to quickly and easily prepare their forms for child support cases from the convenience of their homes or any facility with Internet access.  It allows clients to open a child support case, establish paternity, request child support and medical orders from the court, enforce child and spousal support orders or modify child support orders.

The non-aid application is a collection of forms that are lengthy and complex.  Most often, applications turned in to our office are not complete or legible.  This causes our staff to have to contact the custodial parent to gather more information.  This turns into a time-consuming back and forth process that ultimately leads to frustration for all involved.  It slows down the process of establishing and processing a case and affects the number of cases we can process over a given period of time. We look to TurboCourt to allow us to provide the custodial parent with easier and faster access to our services, while future enabling of the electronic filing option will further reduce processing delays and eliminate the need for scanning documents.” states Ms. Peggy Hawkins, Chief Assistant Director, Contra Costa County Department of Child Support Services.

Our goals in utilizing TurboCourt are to reduce the time necessary to establish cases, process those cases faster, enable us to process more cases, and most importantly to help get child support to the family faster.” Hawkins said.

Additionally, Mr. Steve Kimmelman, Program Manager of INTRESYS, commented that “As with all of our interactive forms applications, we’ve enhanced the final output by customizing forms and attachments to include more information than the DCSS Title IV-D standard forms can accommodate.”

May 22, 2006

For New York City, you can now use TurboCourt to e-File your Small Claims forms for both Individual and Commercial claims and counter-claims.

February 06, 2006

A new and updated version of TurboCourt is released! The site is now more user friendly and easier to navigate.

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