e-Notification Service



Effective July 1, 2015 The Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Will County will notify attorneys and pro se litigants VIA E-MAIL ONLY if there is a scheduling conflict in any case before Judge Powers. This policy only applies if the scheduling conflict is discovered within two days of a scheduled court date. All other correspondence will continue to be sent from the Circuit Clerk’s office via U.S. Mail.The Circuit Clerk’s office will use e-mail addresses provided by attorneys for their iAttorneyTM accounts (IL12thiAttorney.org) or by pro se litigants on their initial filing or Answer. The Circuit Clerk’s office will no longer be contacting attorneys or litigants via telephone (e-Notification Poster).

Note: We are always looking for ideas and suggestions to make this site one of the best in the state. We included several links and forms that were suggested and feel may be of use to the local legal community.

Please be aware that the Circuit Clerk's Office requires your ARDC number on every document submitted to the court.

Attorney FAQs

No, Will County does not assign I.D. numbers. Please use your ARDC number on all filings.
No. You may check a judge's availability using the Availabilty Calendar on our website. Indicate the date and time you choose on your Notice and Motion where appropriate.


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