Law Office of Harry L Styron | Harry L Styron
I don't know for sure. You should look at the US courts website (http://www.uscourts.gov) and follow the link to the bankrupcty section. However, to my knowledge the software to do so costs more than $1,000 and the use of the courts' electronic filing system requires training by the court.
Answer Applies to: California
Rosenberg & Press | Max L. Rosenberg
If you are considering doing this without an attorney, the answer is no and by the way you would be foolish not to hire an attorney. Bankruptcy and the laws surrounding it are ever changing and infinitely complex. You gamble with your life if you file alone. You may be fine but you may also open yourself up to serious problems including but not limited to forced sale of your house, car other assets, assumption of your tax return, assets, etc. Call an attorney who is experienced in BAPCPA bankruptcy law.
Answer Applies to: Connecticut
Ashman Law Office | Glen Edward Ashman
No. Bankruptcies are court cases which require filings with courts and appearances in court. (Experienced attorneys in many districts are allowed to file documents electronically. If you take the completely foolish mistake of filing pro se, you will be required to file on paper. Do not risk messing up your case that way).
Answer Applies to: Georgia
Symmes Law Group, PLLC | Richard James Symmes
Most attorneys e-file bankruptcy petitions and you can most likely hire a bankruptcy attorney to file your case for you, even if you are in a remote location. If you file your petition yourself, you may want to talk to your local bankruptcy court to determine what their procedures are.
Answer Applies to: Washington
Law Office of Maureen O' Malley | Maureen O'Malley
I don't understand the question. Lawyers file online through ECF, a court system we subscribe to. Please don't file without an attorney. Out will save you time, stress, errors that can hurt you badly, and out can even save you money. Compare the attorney fees to the debt you're discharging and you'll see it's a bargain. I see people representing themselves too often and being denied a discharge over what would be a minor detail to a lawyer, but a major trap for a debtor.
Answer Applies to: Virginia
Indianapolis Bankruptcy Law Office of Eric C. Lewis | Eric Lewis
There is no such thing as filing for bankruptcy online. The petition and schedules can be filed through the Electronic Case Filing (ECF) system but that is only for attorneys.
Answer Applies to: Indiana