Download Bankruptcy Forms in Adobe PDF and Microsoft Word. These forms allow any citizen of the United States to properly file for bankruptcy locally and with the federal government. The federal forms below are good for use in every State and the State specific forms are extra options that each offer.
This form is to be signed by the debtor first before a Bankruptcy petition preparer prepares any document for filing or accepting any fee from the debtor. Once it is signed by the debtor, a Bankruptcy petition preparer fills out this form, makes a declaration and also signs the form. Any Bankruptcy Petition Preparer who fails to comply with the provisions of the Bankruptcy, Title 11 of the US Code, and the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure may be penalized by fine, imprisonment, or both.
This cover sheet is to be filled out and filed by any party to a reaffirmation agreement. After filling out, attach the completed cover sheet to the reaffirmation agreement. Inquire the US Bankruptcy Court for the time frame for filing the documents in accordance with Bankruptcy Rule 4008. This bankruptcy form is approved by the Judicial Conference. It must always be used under Bankruptcy Rule 9009.
The debtor named in the certification must tell the court about the completed and approved course in personal financial management. The debtor is not required to complete for reasons stated therein. If completed, the provider of a course may notify the court regarding the course completion. This is an Official Bankruptcy Form approved by the Judicial Conference. It must be used under Bankruptcy Rule 9009.
This certification of compliance is issued pursuant to Rule 8015(a) (7) (B) or 8016 (d)2, some provisions of Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure. The person signing this certificate of compliance must appeal it to the brief.
This official form is an order and notice for hearing aimed at considering the approval of the disclosure statement under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. The US Bankruptcy Judge addresses this order and notice for hearing on disclosure statement to the debtor, its creditors, and other parties in interest.
Fill out this official bankruptcy form only if “(a) You filed Official Form 101A, Initial Statement About an Eviction Judgment Against You (individuals) (b) You served a copy of Form 101A on your landlord; (c) You want to stay in your rented residence for 30 days or more after you file Form B101, Voluntary Petition for Individuals Filing for Bankruptcy,”
Official Form 13, Order Approving Disclosure Statement and Fixing Time for Filing Acceptance or Rejections of Plan, Combined with Notice Thereof
Official Form 13 is used in dealing with chapter II reorganization cases. This form serves as an order of the court appearing of the disclosure statement. It also deals on a ballot for the acceptance or rejection of the plan, including other documents or information as the court assigned may direct. Notice is also an issue which the attorney is expected to draft for the debtor or other plan proponent subject to the approval of the court. Once it is approved, the same will be mailed to creditors as well as other parties in interest. Read all instructions for this form.
Form B26, Periodic Report Regarding Value, Operations and Probability of Entities in Which the Debtor – Estate Holds a Substantial or Controlling Interest
This Official Bankruptcy Form B26 is approved by the Judicial Conference in accordance with the Bankruptcy Rule 9009. This periodic report concerning related entities implements $419 of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005. Read carefully the instructions for Prevention Report Concerning Related Entities.
This form is to be filed by the bankruptcy petition preparer. It is a disclosure of the preparer ‘ s compensation received in connection with the service rendered on behalf of the debtor re bankruptcy case.
This is a Director’s Bankruptcy Form, Reaffirmation Documents. It is issued under Bankruptcy Rule 9009 by the Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts. It consists of (a) Reaffirmation Agreement; (b) Statement in Support of Reaffirmation Agreement; (c) Certification by Debtors and Signatures of Parties; (d) Certification by Debtor’s Attorney (if any); and (e) Disclosure Statement and Instructions to Debtors. For more information and guidance, click this http://www.uscourts.gov/sites/default/files/b240a_instructions.pdf