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Jump to Content. Search form Search. What is Electronic Case Filing? How do I receive e-mail notices from the court? Answer: Emailed notices from the court can be received by both debtors and ECF registered participants with an active login.
Do the other parties just get notification of a filing, or do they get the actual document? Am I charged to view the document? Answer: An NEF email containing a hyperlink to a filed document can be viewed the first time for free. I received an NEF e-mail, if I forward it to another individual will that individual be charged for viewing the document?
Answer: If you forward the NEF within 15 calendar days of receipt without having viewed the document, the recipient of your forwarded email will be able to view the document for free until the free view expires. Is there any reason I would not receive my court generated NEF free copy emails? Answer: The NEF email may have gone to your junk email folder. Answer: Yes. How do I learn who is participating electronically in a case?
I tried to electronically file a document with ECF but it says format not recognized, what am I doing wrong? Answer: All documents uploaded to ECF for filing must first be saved in a portable document format PDF , with the file name extension ending ". Does it matter what paper size setting is used in creating PDF files?
I filed a document in the wrong bankruptcy case or adversary proceeding, how do I make a correction? Answer: Prepare a new document that withdraws the original document. I filed a document which requires payment of a filing fee but was not prompted to pay, what do I do?
Answer: Check to see if you have a pop-up blocker enabled. Where do I go to pay my outstanding fees? How do I find a record of the fees I have paid? I am trying to file a proof of claim for a creditor. The creditor is listed in the case, but the address for the creditor is incorrect.
How can I change the address? Answer: You cannot change the address listed for a creditor in a case, but if you are using ECF or ePOC to file the claim you can add a new address by selecting Add Creditor and entering the creditor's name and the correct address. I filed a proof of claim in the wrong bankruptcy case, how do I make a correction?
Answer: Prepare a new document that withdraws the proof of claim. Why can't I see the hyperlinks under the various menus when I enter my login and password? Answer: Your login and password may not be active due to unpaid fees associated with your account. When contacting the helpdesk please have the following information for your account: Name, Bar ID if applicable Firm Name if applicable Address Telephone number Email and secondary email if applicable.
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Even if you change firms, your username and password remain valid. However, you must update your contact information address, email, etc.
Go to the court links page on this website to find out if your court has upgraded to NextGen. How do I register to be a filer in an appellate court?