How should I file a confidential document?

The confidential document form should be attached at the beginning of the confidential document (the top sheet). If a confidential document is intended to be an attachment to a filing, the confidential document should be filed separately. At the time of filing, the custodian may require that you detach a confidential document and file it separately under the confidential document form. One form is used for multiple documents.

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1. Will the custodian (i.e., filing office) review my filing for compliance with the Public Access Policy?
2. What happens if I do not comply with the Policy?
3. What penalties exist for failure to comply?
4. What color paper should the confidential document form be printed on?
5. How should I file a confidential document?
6. Does the certificate of compliance have to be attached to every filing?
7. What information or the documents can the public access?
8. Does the Policy pertain to filings for support, or filings made in the Register of Wills?
9. What does "unless required by applicable authority" mean?
10. I am worried about complying with the Policy. What should I do?