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We are targeting late August 2022.
The following case types will not be available for billing in the new eInvoice system: CV, BF, MR, MH, AA, AO, ED, PG, PC, SK, SM, TA1, TA2 and SF
If you have already started billing against a case using either paper invoices or the old eInvoice system for Children’s Courts but have not yet been paid, that’s ok. We’ll continue to process in-flight invoices business as usual. However, all future invoices should go through the new system.
If you have submitted an invoice using the old method and then it is rejected after the new system is live on February 14th, you’ll want to use the new system to re-submit.
After February 14th, all invoices for District Civil Court, Child Support, and Childrens Court should be submitted using the new eInvoice system.
Download Form 1300 - Vendor Request Form and a W-9 form and submit both forms to email@example.com or by fax (210)-335-2996.
Existing attorneys that have been paid by the County will have a vendor number already assigned to them. Your existing vendor number will be emailed to you as part of the go-live phase of this project. In the event you did not receive an email with your vendor number, it can be found on a pay stub or it can be requested by emailing Auditorsfirstname.lastname@example.org or by calling Accounts Payable Admin at 210-335-2243
You are not the attorney on record. Please verify the case number. Alternately, you will have the option to fill in additional information on the invoice submission screen and provide information for your role on the case.
The following case types will be available for billing in the new eInvoice system: CI, EM5, and PA.
You will need to update your address and contact information in the County financial system. Download Form 1300 – Vendor Request Form and submit the completed form by email to Auditorsemail@example.com or by FAX to (210) 335-2996. Be sure to keep your information updated even if you receive payments through PayMode because tax reporting documents will be sent to the address listed in the County financial system.
No. Appointment payments for County Civil Court cases will continue to be paid under the current method.