When you register for an account you fill out your profile information. This information can
be changed. Some information cannot be updated by you once you register such as your Bar number or if you are a Pro Se
your user identifier.
- User Name - Your user
name can be changed however it must be unique so if you change your username
the system must first test to see if the name you requested is unique or not.
If your new username is not unique then it will give you a message telling you
that you must select a different user name.
- Organization - This
defines what organization you are associated with. Each user must belong to an
- Bar Number - Only
attorneys licensed to practice in the court will fill out this
field. If you are an attorney you cannot change this bar number once you
registered for an account. If there is an error you must contact the Court
System Administrator to change your Bar number. Some courts allow agents
to enter the case management ID in the bar field to act like an attorney.
- Bar State - This defaults
to the state where the court is located and some courts do not allow any other
- User Identifier
- This information generally comes from the UserID in the court CMS. If
you represent yourself and you know your CMS ID enter this
- Phone - Your phone
- eMail - Your main email
address where you will receive notification messages.
- 1st Alternate eMail - The
alternative email addresses are provided so that you can have someone else
receive e-mail notice when you receive official notices on your cases. This
may be used for partners or assistants.
- 2nd Alternate eMail - The
alternative addresses are provided so that you can have someone else receive
e-mail notice when you receive official notices on your cases. This may be
used for partners or assistants.
- Address - Your mailing
- Date Approved - The date the Court System Administrator approved
By clicking on the "Modify User Profile" button you can see what information can be modified. Required fields are marked with an asterisk (*).
Once edits are made, click the Submit button to update the information. Other users cannot see your profile information. The system administrator
or your organization administrator can see your profile information except for financial information.
You may change your password whenever you want. We recommend that your password be something that you can remember but is difficult
for others to figure out. A good password has symbols, characters, and numbers.
For example if my name were John Doe and my birthday were on January 22, 1965
you might create a password like $JD102265$.
The Login History tracks your login failures in an effort to help monitor any
unauthorized logn attempts.
If your account has too many login failures the system will automatically suspend
your account so that someone does not gain unauthorized access. If this occurs you
should call the System Administrator to reset your account. Changing your password
on a regular basis is one way to help avoid unauthorized access to your account.