Some of the services include filing new civil cases, filing documents in an existing case, making general case inquiries, requesting and receiving mention dates and gaining virtual court support by accessing virtual court links.
Another service includes requesting and receiving sermons to enter appearance. Through the service, one will be able to access notices to appear in divorce cases, extracted court orders, decrees, certified or uncertified proceedings and copies of a ruling/judgemen. Other service is E-filing support. Under the service, citizens will be aided in opening E-filing accounts, recovering accounts and resetting passwords, navigating the system and how to self-help using the Judiciary Public Information desk.
Kenyans will also be able to pay fines and deposits at the designated Huduma centres.
Through the service, one will be able to be issued with payment invoices, they can pay fines and cash bails and also pay for all other deposits in compliance with a court order.
The services will only be available in Huduma Centres in GPO Nairobi, City Square, Makadara, Kibra, Eastleigh and Thika.