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   NOTE: You can do it yourself.  You can file bankruptcy on your own without any help and 99% of all filers absolutely do not need an attorney.  But if you decide you need bankruptcy assistance, please, be careful of online bankruptcy engines.  The documents prepared can NEVER be any better than the information that is input.  Discrepancies, Ambiguities, and Typos can be missed and potentially lead to problems.  See Federal Suit.  In many cases the online engine is ideal.  In others it is not.  Just be careful.

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Remember, you do not need an attorney for bankruptcy.  Whether Chapter 7 (Personal Bankruptcy) or Chapter 13 You have every legal right to do it yourself and file on your own.  And, the process is not as daunting as it may appear.  Take it slow, pay attention to detail and you can successfully, do it yourself.


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1. Voluntary Petition

   Voluntary Petition - Page 2

2. Declaration under Penalty of Perjury on Behalf of a Corporation or Partnership

3. Application and Order to Pay Filing Fee in Installments

4. List of Creditors Holding 20 Largest Unsecured Claims

5. Involuntary Petition

6. Schedules


    Summary of Schedules

    Declaration Concerning Debtor's Schedules


7. Statement of Financial Affairs

8. Individual Debtor's Statement of Intention

9. Notice of Commencement of Case Under the Bankruptcy Code, Meeting of Creditors, and Deadlines

10. Proof of Claim

11A. General Power of Attorney

11B. Special Power of Attorney

12. Order and Notice for Hearing on Disclosure Statement

13. Order Approving Disclosure Statement and Fixing Time for Filing Acceptances or Rejections of Plan, Combined with Notice Thereof

14. Ballot for Accepting or Rejecting Plan

15. Order Confirming Plan

16A. Caption

16B. Caption (Short Title)

16C. Caption of Complaint in Adversary Proceeding Filed by a Debtor

16D. Caption for Use in Adversary Proceeding Other than for a Complaint Filed by a Debtor

17. Notice of Appeal under 28 U.S.C. 158(a) or (b) from a Judgment, Order or Decree of a Bankruptcy Court

18. Discharge of Debtor

19. Certification and Signature of Non-Attorney Bankruptcy Petition Preparer (See 11 U.S.C. 110)

20A. Notice of Motion or Objection

20B. Notice of Objection to Claim