Whom to Contact About What

  • For case specific or general bankruptcy information, or procedures ...

    The Clerk's Office
    Phone: (505) 415-7999 or call toll-free at (866) 291-6805
    E-mail: web_ops@nmb.uscourts.gov

  • For information regarding employment, purchasing, or trustee payments ...

    Administrative Services Department
    Phone: (505) 415-7994

  • For help with electronic filing ...

    The CM-ECF Help Desk
    Phone: (505) 415-7999 or call toll-free at (866) 291-6805

    For more information on filing electronically, please see the Court's Policies and Procedures.

     

  • To Listen to Case Information with McVCIS ...

    Obtain case information over the telephone using the court's Voice Case Information System at (866) 222-8029.

    For additional information, click here.

  • To Request Copies of Court Documents ...

    To request copies, contact Copy Services at the Clerk's Office:

    Copy Services (505) 415-7999 or call toll-free at (866) 291-6805

    Fax: (505) 415-7980

    web_ops@nmb.uscourts.gov

  • To request a recording of a Section 341 Meeting of Creditors...

    To obtain a recording of a Section 341 Meeting of Creditors, please mail a self-addressed stamped envelope along with a writable CD, the date the meeting was held, the case name and case number to:

    Office of the U.S. Trustee

    PO Box 608

    Albuquerque, NM  87103

    Email:      Tamara.D.Pardo@usdoj.gov
       

    The U.S. Trustee does not charge for this service. 

    For transcription of a 341 meeting, contact one of the listed transcriber service providers.

  • For News Media inquiries ...

    The Court's Public Information Officer is the Clerk of Court.  News media inquiries should be made to lana_merewether@nmb.uscourts.gov, or by calling 505-415-7999.  See the News Media Information and Resources page should you require more information.

  • Who do I contact to remove a bankruptcy from my credit report?

    The bankruptcy courts do not provide information to the credit reporting companies.  The credit reporting companies or information providers collect information regarding bankruptcy cases from the court’s public records.  Once a case is filed with the bankruptcy court, that case becomes part of the court’s permanent records.  No matter the status of your case (open, closed, discharged, dismissed, etc.) the credit reporting companies can still report your case on your credit report for up to ten years.  

    No one can legally remove accurate information from a credit report.  You can ask the credit reporting agency (Equifax, Transunion or Experian, see contact information below) for a free investigation of information in your file that you dispute as inaccurate or incomplete.

    Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, both the credit reporting company and the information provider (that is, the person, company, or organization that provides information about you to a credit reporting company) are responsible for correcting inaccurate or incomplete information in your report.  The credit company will verify the item in question with the creditor, who must respond within 30 days.   After the investigation is complete, the credit reporting company will notify you of the outcome.  If information on your credit report has changed or been deleted, you will receive a copy of the revised report.

    The three credit reporting companies are: