The active courts chart includes information related to each court's status regarding e-filing and acceptance of American Express and E-Check. For detailed information on these items, review the chart legend »
|Civil||Criminal||Probate & Family|
|Boston Municipal Court - Brighton||Permissive||No|
|Essex Probate and Family||Permissive||No|
|Supreme Judicial Court – Commonwealth||Permissive||Permissive||No|
|Supreme Judicial Court – Suffolk||Permissive||Permissive||No|
|Quincy District Court||Permissive||No|
|Worcester District Court||Permissive||No|
- Permissive means that the court currently accepts e-filing as well as paper documents.
- Mandatory means that e-filing is mandatory for the court.
- If there is no status information this means that the court is not yet using Odyssey eFileMA.
- E-filing payment accounts may be created using Mastercard, Discover, Visa or American Express. However, some courts do not accept American Express.
- We use the following icons to indicate whether a court accepts American Express as a payment method or not.
- In some courts, e-filing payment accounts may be created using an e-check.