The Alaska Court System is in the process of deploying TrueFiling, the new system for filing and serving documents electronically. TrueFiling is designed for parties and attorneys who need to file documents in a case. The public must still access court records at the courthouse.
Case Types and Court Locations
TrueFiling will be available on May 8, 2019. This list will be updated as efiling is deployed throughout the state.
- Sand Point
- St. Paul Island
- Criminal (Felony and Misdemeanor)
- Traffic and Other Minor Offenses
- Minor Consuming under AS 04.16.049(h), AS 04.16.050(a), or similar municipal ordinance
- Underage Consuming under AS 28.35.280, AS 28.35.285(d)(1-2), AS 28.290(b)(1-3), or similar municipal ordinance
Efiling Rules and TrueFiling User Guidelines
The Supreme Court has authorized the Administrative Director to adopt provisional rules and procedures to support efiling. See Supreme Court Order 1943. A draft of the provisional efiling rules appear in Administrative Bulletin 92. The final bulletin will be posted here prior to May 8, 2019. These provisional rules are expected to change often as the court system gains more experience with efiling. To suggest changes or additions to the provisional rules, please contact the Court Rules Attorney.
The TrueFiling User Guidelines provide additional information.
Webinar training sessions are scheduled for April 22, 2019 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM AST and April 29, 2019 from 10:00 AM to Noon AST. (Additional webinar training sessions will be scheduled.)
Attorneys, agencies, and other parties to criminal and minor offense cases may register for the April webinars at: Alaska TrueFiling Training Webinar
If you are unable to attend one of the live sessions, a recorded session will be available for you to view.
TrueFiling Help and Support
The TrueFiling system provides help and support information for users. Technical support is also available from ImageSoft, the TrueFiling vendor , Monday through Friday from 4:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Alaska Time, at:
Phone: (855) 959-8868
Register for TrueFiling
To register, you must provide a valid email address. The email address will be part of your credentials and will be the address used by the court and other parties for service of documents. TrueFiling Registration