Copies of Docket Sheets, Claims Registers, Certified Copies and Information Requests
Pursuant to the current fee schedule adopted by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, the Clerk's Office charges a fee for copies of docket sheets or claims registers according to the Miscellaneous Fee Schedule. If the record you request is closed and has been retired to the National Archives Records Administration(NARA) please complete the records request form (Closed Case - Mail Order Form) and pay the appropriate fee. Basic case information is available by using the Voice Case Information Service (VCIS) at (866) 222-8029. Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) provides access to detailed case information, dockets, and reports via the Internet. Fees are assessed for this service according to the Miscellaneous Fee Schedule. Contact the PACER Service Center to subscribe at (800) 676-6856 (or email@example.com). These services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All requests for other information or copies from court records must be made in writing and accompanied by the appropriate fee for each item requested.
All fees must be paid in advance of the requested service being performed. Checks and money orders for the above services should be made payable to: "Clerk, U.S. Bankruptcy Court". You may call our ECF Help Desk at 1-800-442-6850 to obtain the cost for the services being performed.
Search for Bankruptcy Case Information
To search court records for information regarding cases or adversary proceeding, please use BTXN128 - Bankruptcy Case Information Search Request. See the Filing Fees page for the Search of Records fee.
Search for Bankruptcy Records (Certified)
To search court records for cases or adversary proceeding relating to a specific individual or business, please use BTXN 089 - Application for Search of Bankruptcy Records. See the Filing Fees page for the Search of Records fee and Certifications fee.
Request to View Exhibits
Certified Copy Request
To order online:
Copies of documents from case files that have been archived may be ordered directly online from the National Archives and Records Administration at a significant savings. Contact us to obtain archive case information.
To order via mail/fax/e-mail:
If ordering by mail/fax/e-mail, complete the record request form.
Closed Case - Mail Order Form (National Archives)
Contact the clerk's office directly for the procedure to review a case file at the clerk's office.