Debtors can now request to receive orders and court-generated notices by email rather than by U.S. mail.
Under this program, you will receive orders and court-generated notices by email the same day the court generates them and the same day as your attorney. You can access orders and court-generated notices delivered electronically from a computer or mobile device that has an Internet connection and Adobe Acrobat Reader.
There is no charge to view or save emailed orders and court-generated notices, and there is no limit to the times you can do so.
To activate an electronic noticing account, you must file a Debtor's Electronic Noticing Request (DeBN) form. If both debtors in a joint case wish to receive emailed orders and court-generated notices, each debtor must file a separate form. Once a DeBN request has been filed, you will receive an email with instructions for activating your account.
Click on the link below to obtain the request form for electronic noticing:
Complete the form and have your attorney file it, or mail the form to:
201 St. Louis Street
Mobile, AL 36602