How to Get Bankruptcy Docket Information Without a Computer

30 Jun How to Get Bankruptcy Docket Information Without a Computer


Bankruptcy courts across the country have implemented a new automated telephone system for providing free basic case information to callers called McVCIS (Multi-Court Voice Case Information System).



The public may call1-866-222-8029 with a touchtone telephone24 hours per day, 365 days per year to obtain the most requested information about filed bankruptcy cases. Once dialed in, you will be prompted to say the bankruptcy court district you are seeking or dial a code for the court.

For instructions on using the system, press 1.

To search by case number, press 2.

To search by a participant’s name, press 3.

To search by a debtor’s social security or tax ID number, press 4.

General Information Available
  • Case number;
  • Name(s) of debtor(s), or principal party(ies);
  • Date the case was filed, whether a voluntary or involuntary petition was filed,
    and the chapter under which the petition was filed;
  • Name and phone number of the debtor’s attorney;
  • Trustee’s name;
  • Name of the assigned Judge;
  • Discharge and closing dates;
  • Whether there are assets in the case;
  • 341(a) meeting date, time, and location;
  • Case status; and
  • Case disposition.


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Jill Michaux has helped Kansas consumers with debt problems for three decades. She and her partner, Mark Neis, are Topeka's only bankruptcy specialists, board certified in consumer bankruptcy law by the American Board of Certification. She help start the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.
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