Please see our e-filer practice guide for detailed information and best practices.
The Court reserves the right to suspend e-filing privileges if it determines further training is necessary.
These training videos provide a combination of lecture and exercises in a web-based learning environment.
Debtor Focused: These training videos address opening a new chapter 7 case, along with short instructionals on filing the most common types of motions.
Creditor Focused: Covers the most common creditor filings, including Entry of Appearance, Motions for Relief from Stays, and Claims.
Adversary Opening Training For attorneys with existing e-filing accounts, these exercises show filers how to initiate an adversary proceeding, issue an electronic summons and to file Amended Complaints, Cross Claims, Counterclaims and Third Party Complaints. NOTE: Standard e-filing accounts do not include the necessary permissions to initiate an adversary proceeding. You must contact the court to proceed. Successful completion of a homework assignment may be required.
Please see Procedures for Attorneys for instructions on common filings.
Please see Procedures for E-Claimants for instructions on the common filings for limited access accounts.
Financial Management Course Providers
Please see Procedures for Course Providers for instructions on filing Financial Management Certificates