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Password Recovery Option for ECF Participants
A password recovery option exists for ECF users. This option will assist participants with the establishment or resetting of a password assigned to the account. The email address required to complete the process must be the primary address listed on the account. All activity on this website will be closely monitored by the IT staff and all questions should be directed to the Help Desk.

Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing
The U.S. Bankruptcy Courts encourage the bankruptcy community to utilize Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing (EBN). EBN is a free service that allows court notices to be transmitted electronically, delivering them faster and more conveniently.

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After-hours Filing Procedures

Attorney Change of Address

Attorney Change of Law Firm

Becoming a registered ECF user

Electronic Case Filing Authorized Users

Emergency Filings/Matters/Motions

Request (Pro Se Debtor) to Receive Electronic Notification

Request (Pro Se Debtor) to Stop Electronic Notification

Guides and Manual
341 Meeting calendar report

Attorney user guide

Chapter 7 Trustee user guide

Chapter 13 Turstee user guide

Creditor/Claimant tutorial

Creditor/Claimant filer guide

Style guide

Event Guides
Attorney event guide

Creditor/Claimant event guide

Trustee event guide

New/Update
Electronic Filing of Proof of Claim form

Assistance/Help
Configuring Adobe Acrobat

Deleting cookies and checking browser settings

Frequently Asked Questions

General printing of orders/documents

Help Desk information

Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER)

Steps for perfect filing

Other Resources
Hardware and Software requirements

Petition preparation software with CM/ECF case data upload functionality

Scanning guidelines