Filing Information Sheet

Filing Information Sheet

In accordance with Court Operating Rule 4.07, courts using an automated case management system approved for statewide use by the State Judicial Records Committee shall require a filing information sheet for each civil, domestic relations and probate case filed.

NOTE: Court clerks may provide assistance in completing these forms.

Below is the name, description and purpose of each form available on this website:

Confidential Case Filing Information Sheet: In accordance with Court Operating Rule 4.07, courts using an automated case management system approved for statewide use by the State Judicial Records Committee shall require a filing information sheet for each civil, domestic relations and probate case filed. Responsibility for completing these sheets is with the parties, who shall make reasonable efforts to provide all information required. All other courts may require a filing information sheet. Parties are responsible for confirming its use prior to filing a case with the court. For non-domestic relations cases, the full Social Security Number (SSN) is required pursuant to Missouri Court Operating Rule 4 if the party is a person; exception can only be granted if the information is not reasonably available. For domestic relations cases, the full SSN is required pursuant to Section 509.520m, RSMo if the party is a person.

    (Updated 11/05/13)

    (Updated 11/05/13)

    (Updated 11/05/13)

    For use only in courts using the Missouri eFiling System
    (Updated 11/05/13)

    For use only by Missouri prosecuting or circuit attorneys
    (Updated 11/05/13)

     (Updated 11/05/13)
 
Case Types List: This document provides a list of case types available for which a filing information sheet is required to be completed in those courts using the approved automated case management system.

    (Updated 02/20/14)

Party Types List: This document provides a list of all party types available for which a filing information sheet is required to be completed in those courts using the approved automated case management system.

    (Updated 02/20/14)