Basics of the Bankruptcy Schedules
The bankruptcy schedules are a snapshot of your financial life. Learn about each schedule that you must complete.
Bankruptcy Schedule A
Filling our your bankruptcy schedules can be very daunting. As the first schedule you complete, the Schedule A is fairly straightforward.
Bankruptcy Schedule B
The Schedule B is a further document that is necessary when you file for bankruptcy and requires disclosure of all of your personal property. Read more about this document.
Bankruptcy Exemptions: Schedule C
You get to keep property when you file for bankruptcy. However, it must be claimed exempt in the Schedule C.
Bankruptcy Schedule D
List all of your secured creditors and debts in the Schedule D.
Bankruptcy Schedule E
This schedule contains claims that are paid above any other claims in a bankruptcy, including non-dischargeable claims.
Bankruptcy Schedule I
In this bankruptcy document you must detail to the Bankruptcy Court your monthly income.
Bankruptcy Schedule J
This bankruptcy schedule includes your itemized monthly expenses.
Bankruptcy Statement of Intention
What do you intend to do with property that has a lien on it?
Overview of the Statement of Financial Affairs
The Statement of Financial Affairs is considered by many practitioners to be the most important document when you file for bankruptcy. Take a detailed look at this crucial bankruptcy document.
Filling Out a Proof of Claim Form
If you are a creditor in a bankruptcy case, learn how to complete this form.