New York State Unified Court System

This site lets you electronically deliver documents to the courts that do not usually permit electronic filing. For more detailed information, view the EDDS Rules, AO/253/2022, the EDDS FAQ page, or the EDDS User Manual.

To send documents, please select the court from the drop-down menu, then follow the screens for additional directions. For information about which legal matters are handled by the various courts of New York State, visit Which court should I go to?

Use the authorized courts and case types tool to check if your case and court allow electronic document delivery.

To begin, select the court you want to send your documents to from the drop-down menu below.

Select Court

Are you filing a Stipulation & Consent to E-Filing? If you are filing this document in the courts listed below, please log into NYSCEF to file.
For instructions on how to file, view our instructions on how to Submit a Stipulation via NYSCEF.
- New York County Supreme Court
- Orleans County Supreme Court
   (NOTE: Letter Applications to Convert should be emailed to
- Queens County Supreme Court

Some Supreme Civil courts have an available E-filing program in one or more case types, as such those case types will not appear in the EDDS drop-down menu for those courts.

Documents in Commercial, Commercial Division, Matrimonial, Other Matter, Other Special Proceeding, Real Property, and Torts can be sent to Allegany, Fulton, Greene, Hamilton, Herkimer, Montgomery, Orleans, Schenectady, and Schoharie.

No documents may be sent via EDDS (other than the Stipulation and Consent to E-Filing Form) to Albany, Bronx, Broome, Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Chemung, Chenango, Clinton, Columbia, Cortland, Delaware, Dutchess, Erie, Essex, Franklin, Genesse, Jefferson, Kings, Lewis, Livingston, Madison, Monroe, Nassau, New York, Niagara, Oneida, Onondaga, Ontario, Orange, Oswego, Otsego, Putnam, Queens, Rensselaer, Richmond, Rockland, Saratoga, Schuyler, Seneca, St. Lawrence, Steuben, Suffolk, Sullivan, Tioga, Tompkins, Ulster, Warren, Washington, Wayne Westchester, Yates.

If you do not see the applicable case type listed for the court above, you may be able to use NYSCEF to file your documents – if all parties consent to have the matter converted to E-filing in accordance with §202.5-b(b)(2)(iv).

How to Convert a paper matter to E-filing All parties to the action or proceeding are required to complete and submit the Stipulation and Consent to E-Filing Form. This form may be sent via EDDS to any of the above courts with an existing e-filing program.

Once the matter has been converted, and is available in NYSCEF parties will receive an email notification.

For questions or assistance with E-filing, please contact the NYSCEF Resource Center.

Please Note
  1. A document sent through the Electronic Document Delivery System (EDDS) with a request for filing should be treated as "filed" only upon receipt of notice from the court clerk or County Clerk (or upon publication of notice on a County Clerk web page) that the document has been accepted for filing.
  2. Documents sent via EDDS do not constitute service upon any other party. However, if the document is required to be served it must include a proof of service.
  3. EDDS should NOT be used for the delivery of emergency applications except in a Family Court that has been authorized to receive such applications via EDDS, or in a Court where the Judge directs the use of EDDS for that purpose. For more information on filing such applications please contact the court directly. To find contact information for a court go to