ECF Registration

Register for an ECF Account

Each applicant for an ECF account must first obtain an account and login through PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records).  See  Through PACER, the applicant will request the appropriate type of access to the Court's ECF filing system.

  • Limited Account for Other Entities: Out of state attorneys, paralegals, institutional creditors, mediators in The Honorable Thomas T. Glover Mediation Program, and Court-approved transcription service providers may be eligible to participate in ECF on a limited basis for the purpose of filing proofs of claims, transfers of claims, withdrawal of claims, reaffirmation agreements, requests for special notice, and other privileges as may be added at the discretion of the Clerk of the Court.  Noteelectronic claims filing procedures  provide the ability to file proofs of claims and related pleadings without the requirement of an ECF or PACER account.

After a PACER account has been established, the applicant may request, through PACER, permission to file electronically in this Court. PACER will alert the Court of the request. If the requested permission is granted, the filer will receive an email from the Court confirming activation of the filing privileges. Allow one business day for the registration process to be completed.

The following links provide additional information about the PACER registration process:

Attorney E-File Registration

Non-Attorney E-File Registration

Questions about Filing Agents?

Process for Filing Agents