What is a Limited Filer Participant?
Attorneys and creditor representatives may request filing access as a creditor through PACER. Creditor filing accounts are restricted to filing of: Creditor Request for Notices and/or Notices of Appearance, Reaffirmation Agreements, and some Claim related filings. Proofs of Claim, Amended Proofs of Claim, Withdrawals of Claims, and Claim Supplements must be filed using the ePOC.
How can I change my ECF password?
Log in to PACER (pacer.uscourts.gov) and go to Manage My Account.
I am a creditor in a Chapter 11 case and the Plan of Reorganization has been approved. Can the Clerk's Office explain to me why I have not yet received any payments and when will payments commence?
All questions regarding payments under a confirmed plan should be directed to the attorney for the Debtor-in-Possession or trustee if one has been appointed.
I have received a notice and summary of the Trustee's Final Report and Account in a Chapter 7 case. How long will it be before I receive payment on my claim?
Once the Notice and Summary of the Trustee's Final Report and Account has been sent to all creditors, it takes approximately 6 to 8 weeks before the money is distributed to creditors. If an objection is filed to the Final Report and Account, a hearing may be scheduled. Should this occur, the monies in a case cannot be distributed until the matter has been resolved.
I am a creditor in a case that has converted to another chapter. Is it necessary for me to file another Proof of Claim?
No. Once you have filed a Proof of Claim with the court, it is recorded on a claims register and is considered part of the case regardless of conversion to another chapter.
How do I file a claim?
• You can file a claim electronically using ePOC (Electronic Proof of Claim Program). No login is required. Additional information about ePOC may be found at www.ilcb.uscourts.gov/electronic-proof-claim-epoc-program.
• Forms are available from uscourts.gov.