E-Orders is a web-based application originally developed by the United States Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Texas that is now fully integrated into CM/ECF. Refer to E-Orders Overview video for additional information.
All proposed orders for Judge Jacobvitz, Judge Thuma, a visiting judge, or a recalled judge are required to be submitted using the E-Orders program, unless otherwise directed by chambers.
If directed otherwise, the proposed order is to be submitted via e-mail.
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Orders may only be uploaded in PDF or PDF/A format, and must contain a “.pdf” extension. No security should be applied to the PDF file. It is highly recommended that orders be created using a word processing application such as Word or WordPerfect and saved to PDF rather than scanning a printed copy of the document. This not only makes the order more legible, but also results in a text-searchable document.
s/ submitted electronically
Attorney for Debtor
123 First Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102-0123
Telephone: (505) 333-1111
Facsimile: (505) 333-1119
Format the approval of counsel as in the following example:
Telephonically approved on 10/2/08
John Smith, Attorney for First Fidelity Bank
PO Box 5678
Roswell, NM 88202
Telephone: (505) 454-1111
Facsimile: (505) 454-1112
Instructions for creating a 4 inch margin
If a proposed order is found to be insufficient, an e-mail will be sent to the submitting party and additional recipients, if any. The e-mail will provide specifics as to why the proposed order is being returned. The proposed order can be replaced once those corrections are made.
If you have questions, please e-mail the judge's chambers using the e-mail addresses noted above or call (505) 600-4640 for Judge Thuma's chambers or 505-600-4650 for Judge Jacobvitz's chambers.