Filing Without an Attorney >> Stop Plaintiff/Defendant Electronic Notification


If you are a plaintiff or defendant in an adversary proceeding without representation (pro se plaintiff/pro se defendant), and elected to receive electronic notice by e-mail, you may stop electronic notice and resume United States Mail notification.

Separate requests to stop electronic notification must be completed for each adversary proceeding for which you elected to receive electronic notice).

You will need to fill out a new Request by Individual Pro Se Plaintiff or Defendant to Stop Electronic Notice so the Court may update your account.

You will need to apply for a PACER account by accessing the PACER website: The first viewing of the document is free. Additional access to the same document will require you to pay an access fee (please visit the PACER website for fee information).

You will need to fill out a new request to receive electronic notice if your email address changes, so the Court may update your account.

You may request to stop electronic notice at any time to resume United States Mail notifications by completing a Request to Stop Electronic Notification.

You may bring or mail the request to the Court.

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Court locations and addresses to mail or bring in your request:

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