Cross Appeal (fee)

Click here to view the Fee Schedule.

For instructions on filing a Cross Appeal (Fee) in a bankruptcy case, click here.

STEP 1           Click on Adversary

STEP 2           Click on Appeals

STEP 3           Enter case number; click [NEXT]

STEP 4           Select Cross Appeal (fee) from drop down list; click [NEXT]

STEP 5           If this is a joint filing, place a check in the box and click [NEXT].  If this is not a joint filing, click [NEXT] to skip this screen.

STEP 6           Select the Party or click  Add/Create New Party

TIP - If this is the first time you are appearing on behalf of this party, you will be asked to create an association between the attorney and client on the next screen as shown below:

Please be aware that unchecking the association check box will prevent you from receiving Notices of Electronic Filing in this case.

STEP 7           Upload the .pdf document; click [NEXT]

TIP - Supporting documents such as a Certificate of Service or a Proposed Order should be uploaded as an attachment to the main pleading.

STEP 8a        Place check in box to select appropriate event to which your event relates.

STEP 8b        Appellant Designation Due Date will calculate automatically

STEP 8c        The fee due date will display automatically; click [NEXT]

STEP 9          Confirm Case number; click [NEXT]

STEP 10        Docket text displays; click [NEXT]


Cross Appeal (related document #) Fee amount $298.  Filed by Test Attorney on behalf of Test Client.  Appellant Designation due by [date calculates]. (test atty)

STEP 11       A Summary of Current Charges screen displays.  (If you do not see this screen, it is likely blocked by your pop-up blocker program and you must take the appropriate steps to allow this pop-up).  Select Pay Now or Continue Filing.  Do not close this screen by simply clicking the X in the upper right corner.

1.  If you select Pay Now, be sure to print for your records the payment confirmation screen which contains a receipt number for this transaction.

2.  If you select Continue Filing, please note that it is the court=s policy that fees be paid at the time of the filing.  Failure to pay the fee will result in an e:mail reminder that the fee is due.  If the fee remains unpaid for 3 days, you will be locked out of the CM/ECF system.  The only option available to you during lock out is Internet Payments Due.  Once the fee is paid, your e:filing privileges will be restored.

STEP 12         Notice of Electronic Filing displays.