The Court has upgraded its CM/ECF system to NextGen. To request e-filing access you must:
(1) complete and mail the Creditor or Other Limited User Application for CM/ECF Access form and,
(2) request e-filing privileges through PACER at pacer.uscourts.gov.
If you currently have a PACER account go to pacer.uscourts.gov and login to the Manage My Account option.
Click on the Maintenance tab, then click on Non-Attorney E-File Registration and follow the prompts.
If you do not have an individual, upgraded PACER account, see the information on our NextGen page.
Notwithstanding the amendment to Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 1007(b)(7), which becomes effective December 1, 2013, personal financial management course providers will not be granted electronic access to CM/ECF to file debtor education financial management certificates as the amendment to the rule does not require the court to grant electronic access. These certificates can continue to be filed electronically by the attorney for the debtor or in paper format by a pro se debtor or the personal financial management course provider. The Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Hampshire permits approved personal financial management course providers to file the Certificate of Debtor Education under Fed.R.Bankr.P. 1007(b)(7) electronically using eFinCert (the financial management course certificate efiling program).
Creditor or Other Limited User Access Registration
Non-attorneys who wish to file proofs of claim, transfer of claims, requests for notice, withdrawals of claim, and other claim-related matters will be required to sign and complete the court’s limited filer login and password application which includes listing no less than three districts where they are actively filing documents or have been trained.
Creditor or Other Limited User Registration Form
- Limited User/Creditor Application for Access, updated 3/14/2022