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Multi-Court Voice Case Information System (McVCIS)


Public Access to Court Electronic Records.  Consistent with congressional requirements, access to view full case information, including the docket and all filed documents, is available via the Internet through the federal court's Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) system at

Registration for new users, billing, and technical support can be obtained from the PACER Service Center's website at

PACER fees are $.10 per page with a maximun of $3.00, the equivalent of 30 pages, for electronic access to any single document (NOTE: attachments are treated as separate documents).  CM/ECF registered attorneys will be able to obtain one free electronic copy of the documents in his/her own case.

For more information, contact the PACER Service Center at (800) 676-7457 or Cheri Sorensen with the Nebraska Bankruptcy Court at  (402) 661-7465.


By dialing toll free (866) 222-8029 from a touch tone phone, you may determine whether a party has filed for bankruptcy, and gain a considerable amount of case information.

McVCIS allows you to call from any touch tone telephone to obtain the latest information on a case, including:

  • Case Number
  • Trustee
  • Name of Debtor(s) or Parties
  • Case Filing Cate
  • Judge
  • Discharge date (if any)
  • Case Chapter
  • 341 Meeting Date, Time and Location
  • Attoney for Debtor(s)
  • Status of Case

What do I need to use McVCIS?

A standard touch tone telephone is all that is needed to use McVCIS.  The information on the case you select will be read to you by a computer generated voice.

How much does McVCIS cost?

This information service is provided free of charge.

When is McVCIS available?

McVCIS is available around the clock, except for occasional maintenance periods.

How do I search for a case?

McVCIS offers searching by case number, name, social security number or taxID number.  By using the keys on your telephone, you can enter the search information.  The computer will then search for the proper case(s) and report its findings.