Initial Registration for DeBN
Step 1 - Go to the court’s website to complete and print the request form (for joint debtors, each debtor must file a completed registration form):
Step 2 - File the completed form with the court.
Note: Debtors can file a DeBN request form through their attorney electronically (Miscellaneous/Other>Request for DeBN Account), or on their own by emailing the completed registration form to:
Note: Please be aware that the email address you use for your DeBN account will become a part of the official court record. A DeBN account will not be created if the clerk's office determines that the debtor's email address is inappropriate or offensive.
Step 3 - The clerk’s office creates your account.
Activation of your account is now complete, and you will receive a confirmation email from the BNC.
Note: From this point forward, all future notices and orders filed by the court will be delivered to you via email, as long as your name and address in the bankruptcy case match your name and address in your DeBN account and there are no email transmission failures.
The BNC will send you confirmation emails and court notices using these addresses:
Please add these email addresses to your contacts/safe-sender list to ensure delivery of court orders and notices to your email inbox.
Please do not reply or send emails to the above email addresses. Those email accounts are used for the sole purpose of sending emails and the inboxes are not monitored. Please contact the clerk’s office if you have any questions about the DeBN program.
Note: Once the debtor's DeBN account has been activated, the account will continue to remain active, unless:
- Debtor's account is automatically disabled due to an email transmission failure (email bounce-back); or
- Debtor files a request to deactivate the account. A debtor may file this request at any time using the DeBN request form.
Update to Account Information
Keep the court advised by filing an updated Request Form <link to registration form>www.txeb.uscourts.gov<link to registration form> if YOU:
- Change your email address;
- File a new case after enrolling in DeBN (so the court can make sure your name and address in your DeBN account match your new case); or
- Wish to reactivate your account.
Check the appropriate box on the form, update the information that has changed, sign and submit to the court for processing. Send the completed registration form to:
Request to Deactivate Electronic Noticing
Notify the court by filing an updated request Form <link to registration form>www.txeb.uscourts.gov<link to registration form> if you wish to deactivate electronic noticing.
Check the appropriate box on the form, sign and submit to the court for processing. Send the completed registration form to: