CM/ECF REGISTRATION

Documents may be electronically filed with the court by attorneys and certain other persons using the Case Management/Electronic Case Files (CM/ECF) system, in accordance with Local Bankruptcy Rule 5005-4.  Filing privileges are determined by the type of user, as noted below.  In order for an individual to file documents in CM/ECF, the court must create a user account and issue a login and password.  Generally, the court requires training before issuing logins and passwords to attorneys and their filing agents.  All filers must submit a completed and signed registration form, agreeing to abide by the court’s rules and procedures regarding electronic filing.  Access to electronic filing is a privilege and may be withdrawn at any time solely at the court’s discretion.  (In contrast to electronic filing, online viewing of court documents is possible through the federal judiciary’s Public Access to Case Electronic Records (PACER) system.  Read here for information about obtaining a PACER account and login.)

Online registration for a CM/ECF user account is available for all types of filers.  Applying online is the quickest and easiest way to obtain a CM/ECF login and password.  Please click on one of the links below to begin the registration process.

LIMITED FILERS
  • ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR LIMITED FILERS

    (Creditors, Claims Agents, Transcribers, Financial Management Course Providers.; access to filing proofs of claims, transfers of claims, requests for notice, reaffirmation agreements, applications for unclaimed funds, transcripts, and certain other documents not requiring an attorney’s signature)
ATTORNEYS
FILING AGENTS FOR ATTORNEYS
  • ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR FILING AGENTS FOR ATTORNEYS

    (Filing agents are issued their own logins but file solely as an agent for the attorney whose name appears as the filer and who remains responsible for all documents filed in his or her name; the attorney has the ability to deactivate the filing agent’s account at any time.)

 

 


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