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2024 Escheatment Claim Instructions and Forms:

If you were mailed a notice - See the claim steps/instructions here

eNotify

eNotify Agreement

Attorneys who register for eNotify agree to provide their bar number. Once “enrolled” on a designated case, the courtroom will send a text alert notification when the court is ready to hear your matter.
  • Enrollments are for cases on calendar for the current day only. You will not be allowed to enroll on a case that is on calendar for a future date.
  • Attorneys should enroll each day they have a case on calendar.
Litigants/Care Act Supporters who register for eNotify must enroll using their case number. Once enrolled, the courtroom will send a text alert when the court is ready to hear your matter.
  • Enrollment is specific to a hearing on your case, not for your case as a whole. You may not enroll prior to your scheduled hearing date or for a hearing set in the future.
  • To use eNotify on the date of your hearing, you must enroll at least ten (10) minutes before your scheduled hearing time. The Court is not responsible for late enrollments.
  • A late enrollment to the eNotify system may result in your hearing not being called as scheduled.
  • Enrolling in the eNotify system does not excuse your appearance at your scheduled hearing. You must appear for your hearing at the scheduled date and time.

PLEASE NOTE: This system is for authorized parties in a pending case. By proceeding, you confirm your involvement in the registered case.  

By clicking the “I Accept” button, I understand and agree to the requirements above, as well as the eNotify terms of service, and wish to proceed with the eNotify registration process. For additional information and details, see the eNotify Terms of Service.

 

I Accept