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To file a Proof of Claim click here.

Unrepresented parties (people without an attorney) may use this tool to web-file their documents to the Court. If you wish to file a new case please be aware that only Chapter 7 and 13 cases can be filed with this tool. Also, there is a free program that helps people with their chapter 7 bankruptcy cases. Click here for more information.

Remember, everyone must follow the rules and procedures set forth in the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, and the Court’s Local Bankruptcy Rules. Please visit the Filing Without an Attorney section of this site for additional resources.

Your filing may not appear on the Court's docket until the next business day. See Local Bankruptcy Rule 5005-4(b)(2) for more information.

I-File is a restricted tool for Official Court Business only. Unauthorized entry is prohibited and subject to prosecution under Title 18 of the U.S. Code. All activities and access attempts are logged.

DISCLAIMER: The use of I-File requires some computer expertise and the court cannot help you use your own equipment. If you are not comfortable using your computer, scanning documents and/or creating and manipulating PDFs, please mail your documents to the court or file them in person. 

I-File Guide

Click here to begin using I-File


Coming soon - Electronic Self Representation (ESR) will be your all-in-one place for online creation and filing of certain Bankruptcy documents. Updates will be posted on the main page under 'Notices'.