Sometimes, a Case Name / Case Style assigned to a case or the Party Information on that case contains incorrect information. Once an initial case filing has been accepted by the court and a Case or Cause Number and Case Name / Case Style have been assigned to the case, only the clerks at the court the case has been filed into are able to change the Case Name / Case Style. Sometimes, the clerks are the only ones who can edit the Party Information as well.
Existing Party information cannot be modified by any filer through the eFile website. Once the case initiation has been accepted by the court, any changes to the Party information will have to be requested to the court. The Clerks are the custodians of record. Anything involving a change to case information has to go through them.
If any individuals or organizations must be added to the case as new Parties, they must be done via the "Add Another Party" button. If the "Add Another Party" button is missing, then filers must contact the court clerks to add additional Parties to the case. If that button appears at the bottom of the Party Information section, however, the filer may add another Party to the case themselves. For more information on adding additional Parties to an additional case, please refer to the article below.
In summary: if a filer must make any changes to the basic Case Information - be it the Case Name or the Party Information (aside from adding a Party to the case) - then they must contact the clerks at the court they are filing into for assistance.