You can sign into the Courts Portal with any combination of:
- Email, username or ID number, such as an attorney or mediator number, AND
- Password or PIN
If you can’t remember enough of the above credentials to sign in, on the Portal sign in screen, click “Trouble signing in?” to recover your credentials.
Reset my password. You will need access to your email address to reset your password. If you choose this option, type your email and submit to receive a temporary password. The email should arrive within a few minutes. Sign in and update your password to something memorable.
Send my PIN. This option is only for users with an assigned PIN number (primarily attorneys and mediators). You will need access to your email address if you wish to have the PIN emailed. The email may take up to 30 minutes to arrive in your inbox. Otherwise, the PIN will be mailed to your choice of the addresses we have on file for you.
Answer security questions. You will need to know the email address you use to sign in so the Portal can pull up your security questions. You created these questions when you registered to use the Portal.
Note that the email address you use to sign into the portal may not be the same email you've provided in your Roll of Attorneys or Mediator record. Also, if you received an email about annual registration, it may not be the same email we sent the message to. It depends on which email address you provided in your portal account and which email addresses you provided in your attorney or mediator record as well as your messaging preferences.