My Profile Option
When you register for an account, you are required to provide profile
information. You cannot change certain information after you register, such as your attorney PIN number or
your user identifier for Pro Se filers. Your profile information includes the following:
- User Name: Your user name can be changed; however, it must be unique.
If you change your username, the system will determine whether or not the name
you requested is unique. If not, you'll
receive a message telling you to select a different username.
- Company Name: The organization you are associated
with. Each user must belong to a company.
- PIN Number: Your e-filing ID number.
- Phone: Your phone number.
- email: Your main email address where notification messages will be sent.
- 1st Alternate email: The alternative addresses are provided so that you
can have someone else receive the official e-mail notices you receive 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 the official e-mail notices you receive on your cases. This may be used for partners or assistants.
- Address: Your current mailing address. This information is
- Date Approved: The date the Court System Administrator approved
To view or edit your user profile:
- Select My Profile > My User Profile from the Home menu.
- To edit your profile, click Modify User Profile, then make the necessary changes. Fields marked with and
asterisk (*) are required.
- To change your password, click Change Password, then enter a new
Note: Other users cannot see your profile information. Only the system administrator can see your profile information, except for financial information.
You can 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.
To change your password:
- Select My Profile > Change My Password.
- Enter your current password.
- Enter your new password, then confirm it in the Confirm New Password
- Click the Submit button.
The Login History displays your login failures to help you monitor any
unauthorized login attempts.
If your account has too many login failures, the system automatically suspends it. If this occurs, contact 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.
To view login history:
- Select My Profile > View Login History.
The list shows login attempts, accompanied by the date of each attempt, the login result, and
the IP address
of the requesting machine.