Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Forms

Official bankruptcy forms and schedules for filing chapter 7

Filing chapter 7 bankruptcy requires specific forms and schedules that can be downloaded at FREE Bankruptcy Forms. Some states may require additional local forms and schedules. If so, you’ll find links to the website of every bankruptcy district in the U.S. at the link above. You can also request forms from the clerk of the federal bankruptcy court nearest you. See List of Courts

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Here is just a partial listing of the forms required to file chapoter 7 bankruptcy.

B1 – Voluntary Petition
B1 – Exhibit D – Statement of Compliance with Credit Counseling
B-3A: Application to Pay Filing Fee in Installments
B-3B: Application for Waiver of Chapter 7 Filing Fee
B-6: Cover Sheet for Summary of Schedules
B-6: Summary of Schedules
B-6: Declaration Debtor’s Schedules
B-6A: Schedule A – Real Property 
B-6B: Schedule B – Personal Property 
B-6C: Schedule C – Property Claimed as Exempt 
B-6D: Schedule D – Creditors Holding Secured Claims 
B-6E: Schedule E – Creditors Holding Unsecured Priority Claims 
B-6F: Schedule F – Creditors Holding Unsecured Nonpriority Claims 
B-6G: Schedule G – Executory Contracts and Unexpired Leases 
B-6H: Schedule H – Codebtors 
B-6I: Schedule I – Current Income of Individual Debtor(s)
B-6J: Schedule J- Current Expenditures of Individual Debtor(s)
B-7: Statement of Financial Affairs 
B-8: Chapter 7 Individual Debtor’s Statement of Intention 
B22A – Chapter 7, Monthly Income and Means Test Calculation
B23 – Certification of Financial Management Instructional Course
Instructions (where applicable)

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If you are separated from your spouse and living apart, but desire to file a joint bankruptcy, you will need to file Statement of Current Monthly Income and Calculations (used for means testing).

See if you meet the basic Monthly Income and Means Test Calculations (B22A)

See these pages for in-depth information…

How to file chapter 7 bankruptcy

The Role of the Trustee

The Chapter 7 Discharge

Alternatives to Bankruptcy