Electronic Case Filing (ECF)

ECF Login
ECF Training Login
Atty/Trustee Registration Form
Creditor Filer Registration Form
Financial Management Course Provider Registration Form
Third-Party Notice Providers Registration Form
Proof of Claim Form
Training Manual
ECF Local Rule
PACER Information

Bounced E-mail Information
ECF Activity Report
Online Tutorials


Having Issues With Your Login or Password?
Read our Login and Password Information Document
for assistance.

Debtor Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing (DeBN):
DeBN is a free email delivery service of
 notices/orders for debtor(s). 
Click here for more information.


Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing (EBN) -
EBN is a free service that allows court notices
to be transmitted electronically, delivering
them faster and more conveniently. 
Click here for more information.

Tutorials:  Online tutorials have been prepared to
assist attorneys in learning how to use the
CM/ECF system. Through guided practice,
using simulated CM/ECF screens and actions,
you will learn how to file pleadings and other
materials using the CM/ECF system. 
Click here to go to the tutorials.

Pursuant to  Local Rule 5005-4, attorneys are
required to file documents electronically.
Attorneys filers can become certified
 to file electronically by completing a
atty/trustee registration form.  Creditor
filerscan also register to file electronically
using the creditor filer registration form.  

If you have any questions, contact the
 Clerk's Office at 502-627-5700.

This page was last edited on 05/13/2015 at 10:23 AM .