Welcome to the Creditors section of the Court's Web site. Here you will find information pertinent to you and your business with the Court.
You are a Creditor if....
- You are a person or institution to whom a debtor owes money or claims that a debtor owes you money.
- You have received a notice from the court about a particular bankruptcy case whereby the debtor has listed you as someone to whom the debtor owes money or may owe money.
Access Case Information
Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) - Access case records online or by using the courthouse public terminals
Voice Case Information System (VCIS) - Get case information by phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- (866) 222-8029 (toll free)
Electronic Proof of Claim (ePOC)
The Electronic Proof of Claim (ePOC) program permits proofs of claims to be filed directly from the court’s website. The (ePOC) program will create and file or amend a completed, signed claim form (Official Form 410) online using the Court’s (ePOC) system. A copy of which may be printed or saved as part of the process. However, any supporting documents and attachments must be uploaded as PDF files. Documents other than proofs of claim also need to be prepared as PDFs in order to be uploaded and filed with the court. Each PDF file may be created by scanning or using software, and should not exceed 35 MB in size.
The Electronic Proof of Claim (ePOC) allows creditors to file Proof of Claims electronically without obtaining a Limited Creditor Access filing login and password from our office.
Learn More about ePOC and access the program here.
You must obtain a login and password to electronically file all documents other than Proof of Claims. If you are filing a Proof of Claims and another document(s) listed below, a Limited Creditor Access login and password is required such as,
- Proof of Claim (Form 410)
- Mortgage Proof of Claim Attachment (Form 410A)
- Notice of Mortgage Payment Change (Form 410S1)
- Notice of Postpetition Mortgage Fees, Expenses, and Charges (Form 410S2)
Penalty for filing a fraudulent claim: Fine of up to $500,000, imprisonment for up to five years, or both. [18 U.S.C 152]
If you are aware of bankruptcy fraud, please report it.