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This page begins with a discussion of forms required, generally, for any bankruptcy. For forms specific to the the Ohio Southern District Bankruptcy Court, click here.

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Each court has its own local rules, but the basic bankruptcy consists of the forms you see listed in the outline below, plus any additional forms the Ohio Southern District Bankruptcy Court may require.

What are "fillable" PDF forms? Where can I find fillable bankruptcy PDF forms for free?

Can't find what you're looking for? Additional forms can be found at the official forms page forms provided by the US Court system. All bankruptcy forms available for free as Adobe Acrobat (PDF) forms. Source: USCourts.gov

Also, be sure to check the Ohio Southern District Bankruptcy Court page for Filing Without An Attorney. It will guide you to helpful information about how to use the forms.

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Timeliness note: Always check that the date on the form you're using is the date of the form your court currently requires -- or will require in the future, on the date you're planning to file. Each form has a a month and year in the upper right corner. Sometimes forms are updated and change several times during a year, and other times there may be no changes for a year or more. We make every effort to keep the links on this page up to date, but it's essential that you confirm with the Ohio Southern District Bankruptcy Court that you are using what they consider to be the current version of all forms.

Voluntary Petition for Individuals Filing for Bankruptcy Initial Statement About an Eviction Judgment Against You (individuals) Statement About Payment of an Eviction Judgment Against You (individuals) Application for Individuals to Pay the Filing Fee in Installments Application to Have the Chapter 7 Filing Fee Waived

B 101 B 101A B 101B

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B 103A B 103B

The information below is based on the official bankruptcy form instructions booklet for individuals (PDF 119K) that the government is providing for the first time as of December 1, 2015.

How can I get copies of my filed tax returns?

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The Schedules: Where you list - all your own, what you owe, and - whom you owe it to - how you'd like to handle your secured debts (auto, home, etc.)

Before You File Your Case Before you file for bankruptcy, you must do several things:

Summaries and cover sheets of schedules B 106 Declaration About an Individual Debtor’s Declaration Schedules A Summary of Your Assets and Liabilities B 106 and Certain Statistical Information Summary (individuals)

Receive a briefing about credit counseling from an approved agency within 180 days before you file. (If you and your spouse are filing together, each of you must receive a briefing before you file. Failure to do so may result in the dismissal of your case.) You may have a briefing about credit counseling oneon-one or in a group, by telephone, or by internet.

Your Property: Schedules A and B and C Real Estate and all other kinds of property you own: Schedule A/B B 106A/B Schedule A/B: Property (individuals)

For a list of approved credit counselling providers, go here: In Alabama and North Carolina, go here: After you finish the briefing, you will receive a certificate that you will need to file in your bankruptcy case.

Exempt property (property you can keep): Schedule C Schedule C: The Property You Claim as B 106C Exempt (individuals) Your Debts: Schedules D, E, and F Secured Debts: Schedule D

Find out in which bankruptcy court you must file your bankruptcy case. It is important that you file in the correct district within your state. To find out which district you are in, go to Franklin County Bankruptcy Court Info:

Debts for which you have pledged collateral, like home loans and car loans. Schedule D: Creditors Who Hold Claims B 106D Secured By Property (individuals) Unsecured Debts: Schedule E/F Schedule E/F: Creditors Who Have B 106E/F Unsecured Claims (individuals)

Check the local court’s website for any specific local requirements that you might have to meet. Go to Franklin County Bankruptcy Court Info:

Contracts and Leases that are ongoing: Schedule G Schedule G: Executory Contracts and B 106G Unexpired Leases (individuals)

Find out which chapters of the Bankruptcy Code you are eligible for. For descriptions of each chapter, review the information contained in the notice, Notice Required by 11 U.S.C. § 342(b) for Individuals Filing for Bankruptcy (Form B2010), which is included in this booklet: Instructions for Individual Debtors (PDF).

Codebtors: Schedule H Did you know that your co-signors will be stuck with whatever debt you are discharged of? Here's where you list them. Schedule H: Your Codebtors B 106H (individuals)

When You File Your Case

Your Income & Expenses: Schedules I & J

There are several forms and documents that you must give the court at the time you file. Additional forms and documents must be filed no later than 14 days after you file your bankruptcy case, although they may be filed at the same time you file your case.

Your Income: Schedule I B 106I Schedule I: Your Income (individuals) Your Expenses: Schedule J B 106J Schedule J: Your Expenses (individuals) Schedule J-2: Expenses for Separate B 106J-2 Household of Debtor 2 (individuals)

You must file the forms listed below on the date Statement of Finacial Affairs you open your bankruptcy case. For copies of the Your Statement of Financial Affairs for forms listed here, go to Individuals Filing for Bankruptcy http://www.uscourts.gov/FormsAndFees/Forms/BankruB 107 (individuals) ptcyForms.aspx. (The list continues on the next page.): What you plan to do with your secured debts: Statement of Intention for Individuals B 108 Voluntary Petition for Individuals Filing for Filing Under Chapter 7 Bankruptcy (Official Form 101). This form Bankruptcy Petition Preparer’s Notice, B 119 opens the case. Directions for filling it out are Declaration and Signature included in the form itself. Your Statement About Your Social B 121 Security Numbers Statement About Your Social Security Numbers (Official Form 121). This form Means Test Forms gives the court your full Social Security For Chapter 7 number or federal Individual Taxpayer Chapter 7 Statement of Your Current Identification number. To protect your B 122A-1 Monthly Income privacy, the court will make only the last four B 122AStatement of Exemption from digits of your number known to the general 1Supp Presumption of Abuse Under §707(b)(2) public. However, the court will make your full B 122A-2 Chapter 7 Means Test Calculation number available to your creditors, the U.S. For Chapter 13 trustee or bankruptcy administrator, and the Chapter 13 Statement of Your Current trustee assigned to your case. This form has B 122C-1 Monthly Income and Calculation of no separate instructions. Commitment Period Your filing fee. If you cannot pay the entire Chapter 13 Calculation of Your B 122C-2 filing fee, you must also include: Disposable Income Application for Individuals to Pay the Filing Fee in Installments (Official Form 103A), or

Reaffirmation Agreements B 2400A Reaffirmation Documents B 2400A/B Reaffirmation Agreement ALT Motion for Approval of Reaffirmation B 2400B Agreement B 2400C Order on Reaffirmation Agreement B 2400C Order on Reaffirmation Agreement (Alt.) ALT

Application to Have the Chapter 7 Filing Fee Waived (Official Form 103B). Use this form only if you are filing under chapter 7 and you meet the criteria to have the chapter 7 filing fee waived.

Adversary Proceedings B 1040 Adversary Proceeding Cover Sheet

A list of names and addresses of all of your creditors, formatted as a mailing list according to instructions from the bankruptcy court in which you file. (Your court may call this a creditor matrix or mailing matrix.)

Can't find what you're looking for? Additional forms can be found at the official forms page forms provided by the US Court system. All bankruptcy forms available for free as Adobe Acrobat (PDF) forms. Source: USCourts.gov

Your credit counseling certificate from an approved credit counseling agency. (See Before you file your bankruptcy case, above). If you have received the briefing about credit counseling but have not yet received the certificate, file it no later than 14 days after you file for bankruptcy. If you have not already received the briefing and believe you are entitled to a temporary waiver from receiving it or that you are not required to receive the briefing, see line 15 of the Voluntary Petition for Individuals Filing for Bankruptcy (Official Form 101).

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Getting help with forms and filing Official Instructions and Committee Reports Instructions are easier to come by than they used to be. The official U.S. Court website now offers instructions with these forms. In addition they offer a link to the congressional committee reports that were written at the time the forms were created and revised. These committee reports are not step-by-step instructions, but rather a broad description of the purpose of each form. Books that provide instructions for filling in official forms

For Individual Chapter 11 Cases: List of Creditors Who Have the 20 Largest Unsecured Claims Against You and Are Not Insiders (Official Form 104). Fill out this form only if you file under chapter 11.

The legal publisher Nolo publishes a comprehensivebankruptcy form instruction book (which I co-author). This book takes you through each form, line by line, explains what the terminology means, and provides examples. It also alerts you to situations that may require more help.

Initial Statement About an Eviction Judgment Against You (Official Form 101A) and Statement About Payment of an Eviction Judgment Against You (Official Form 101B). Use Form 101A if your landlord has an eviction judgment against you. If you complete Form 101A and you want to stay in your residence for the first 30 days after you file, you must indicate that on the form. Use Form 101B if you have completed Form 101A and you want to stay in your rented residence form more than 30 days after you file for bankruptcy.

Bankruptcy Software There are several software products designed for lawyers that will prepare full sets of bankruptcy forms, but these programs assume you already know bankruptcy law and are designed for filing multiple bankruptcies. In short, they're not appropriate for firsttime bankruptcy filers. There are also a few packages purportedly offered for consumers. Proceed with caution. Some of these packages are little more than PDF versions of the forms, which are are available free from the courts themselves.

Bankruptcy Petition Preparer’s Notice, Declaration, and Signature (Official Form 119) and Disclosure of Compensation of Bankruptcy Petition Preparer (Form 2800). Use these forms if a bankruptcy petition preparer typed your forms.

If you are not a lawyer, the only value of these products would depend on the quality of the instructions they provide. You'll need instructions on how to complete each form, as well as a good understanding of how each form fits into the larger process of filing for bankruptcy.

When you file your bankruptcy case or within 14 days after you file You must file the forms listed below either when you file your bankruptcy case or within 14 days after you file your Voluntary Petition for Individuals Filing for Bankruptcy (Official Form 101). If you do not do so, your case may be dismissed. Although it is possible to open your case by submitting only the documents that are listed under When you file your bankruptcy case, you should file the entire set of forms at one time to help your case proceed smoothly.

Bankruptcy Lawyers See Bankruptcy Lawyers Bankruptcy Petition Preparers (BPP) Bankruptcy Petition Preparers (BPPs) are nonlawyers who offer help in filling in the forms. The latest revision of the bankruptcy laws formally recognized these services as legitimate, but also imposed severe restrictions on what they can charge and scope of the services they can perform.

Although some forms may ask you similar questions, you must fill out all of the forms completely to protect your legal rights.

What BPPs Can't Do Lawyers have jealously guarded their turf when it comes to bankruptcy. Lawyers already lost this battle in the area of tax preparation. Today, non-lawyer tax preparers openly advertise the good advice they can give you in addition to completing your forms. BPPs can do no such thing when it comes to bankruptcy forms.

The list below shows the forms that all individuals must file as well as the forms that are specific to each chapter. For copies of the official forms listed here, go to http://www.uscourts.gov. All individuals who file for bankruptcy must file these forms and the forms for the specific chapter:

Under the new bankruptcy law, BPPs must give debtors a form that lists all the things BPPs can't do (form 19B), and all the topics they can't discuss -basically anything that might be characterized as legal advice. Thus, the sort of tips that tax preparers commonly give to people when preparing their taxes, BPPs can't give when bankruptcy forms. (Some believe this raises profound First Amendment and restraint of trade issues.)

Schedules of Assets and Liabilities (Official Form 106) which includes these forms: Schedule A/B: Property (Official Form 106A/B) Schedule C: The Property You Claim as Exempt (Official Form 106C)

How to File For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy (HFB book) will not give you specific advice, either, but it does discuss important facts to consider in making the kinds of decisions listed the following table:

Schedule D: Creditors Who Have Claims Secured by Your Property (Official Form 106D) Schedule E/F: Creditors Who Have Unsecured Claims (Official Form 106E/F)

What BPPs can't do (language Plain English of Form B 19) I am forbidden to offer you any legal advice, including advice about any of the following: • whether to file a petition under Whether you should file for the Bankruptcy Code (11 U.S.C. bankruptcy § 101 et seq.); • whether commencing a case What kind of bankruptcy you under chapter 7, 11, 12, or 13 is should file for appropriate; • whether your debts will be Which debts are noneliminated or discharged in a dischargeable, secured, etc. case under the Bankruptcy Code; • whether you will be able to retain your home, car, or other Whether you'll lose your house, property after commencing a car, or other property case under the Bankruptcy Code; • concerning the tax consequences of a case brought Tax consequences under the Bankruptcy Code; • concerning the dischargeability Whether or not your tax debts of tax claims; will be wiped out • whether you may or should promise to repay debts to a Which secured loans are worth creditor or enter into a hanging onto, versus other reaffirmation options (e.g. surrendering agreement with a creditor to property) reaffirm a debt; • concerning how to characterize Whether property is exempt or the nature of your interests in into which exemption category a property or your debts; or particular item fits • concerning bankruptcy What happens in bankruptcy; procedures and rights. what are your rights

Schedule G: Executory Contracts and Unexpired Leases (Official Form 106G) Schedule H: Your Codebtors (Official Form 106H) Schedule I: Your Income (Official Form 106I) Schedule J: Your Expenses (Official Form 106J) Summary of Your Assets and Liabilities and Certain Statistical Information (Official Form 106Sum). This form gives an overview of the totals on the schedules Declaration About an Individual Debtor’s Schedules (Official Form 106Dec) Statement of Financial Affairs for Individuals Filing for Bankruptcy (Official Form 107)

Where topic is covered in HFB Book. Ch. 1 (free sample chapter) Ch. 1 (free sample chapter) Ch's. 9, 5

Chs. 3, 4, 5

Not covered Ch. 9

Ch. 5

Ch. 3, 4 Whole book

Disclosure of Compensation to Debtor’s Attorney ¾ Unless local rules provide otherwise, Director’s Form 2030 may be used. Credit counseling certificate that you received from an approved credit counseling agency Copies of all payment advices (pay stubs) or other evidence of payment that you received within 60 days before you filed your bankruptcy case. Some local courts may require that you submit these documents to the trustee assigned to your case rather than filing them with the court. Check the local court’s website to find out if local requirements apply. Go to http://www.uscourts.gov/courtlinks. If you file under chapter 7, you must also file: Statement of Intention for Individuals Filing Under Chapter 7 (Official Form 108) Chapter 7 Statement of Your Current Monthly Income (Official Form 122A-1) If necessary, Chapter 7 Means Test Calculation (Official Form 122A-2) If necessary, Statement of Exemption from Presumption of Abuse Under § 707(b)(2) (Official Form 122A-1Supp) If you file under chapter 13, you must also file: Chapter 13 Statement of Your Current Monthly Income and Calculation of Commitment Period (Official Form 122C-1) If necessary, Chapter 13 Calculation of Your Disposable Income (Official Form 122C-2) Chapter 13 Plan (Official Form 113, if in effect). If Official Form 113 is not effective when you file, many bankruptcy courts require you to use a local form plan. Check the local court’s website for any specific form that you might have to use. Go to http://www.uscourts.gov/courtlinks.) ^ Top

Local Forms Required by the Ohio Southern District Bankruptcy Court Every local bankruptcy court has one or more additional special forms that you must file when you file the standard set of bankruptcy forms. All courts have special local requirements for the "mailing matrix" of the names and addresses of your creditors. Every court publishes very specific rules about how this list must be formatted so that the court can scan it into its computer system. Check your court's website (Ohio Southern District Bankruptcy Court) to find out its mailing matrix requirements, as well as other required forms. Such requirements are typically found in a list of local rules. If you're lucky, your court may publish a special procedural guide specifically for debtors who are filing without a lawyer. Until recently, most courts, however, did not offer this kind of information on their web sites. That has changed a lot in the past few years and several courts offer very good information. Local forms for the Ohio Southern District Bankruptcy Court and local rules can be obtained by clicking here Local forms you're likely to need Each district court has its own preferred format for the mailing matrix -- a list of of creditors that you must supply when you file, formatted in a certain way so that the court can scan it. Matrix requirements can be found in the local rules or sometimes a separate instruction sheet available on the website. Your court may also have a local requirements regarding any reaffirmation agreement you make with a creditor. Courts review such agreements closely to make sure the creditor is not ripping you off and that one creditor is not benefiting at the expense of others. Other Useful Forms Request for Transcript of Tax Return (IRS 4506-T) Glossary of Bankruptcy Terminology The U.S. Federal Bankruptcy Courts website offers a fairly decent, plain-English glossary of bankruptcy terminology, which can be helpful when reading local rules and forms.

Largest Ohio Cities 1. Columbus, OH - 787,033 2. Cleveland, OH - 396,815 3. Cincinnati, OH - 296,943 4. Toledo, OH - 287,208 5. Akron, OH - 199,110 6. Dayton, OH - 141,527 7. Parma, OH - 81,601 8. Canton, OH - 73,007 9. Youngstown, OH - 66,982 10. Lorain, OH - 64,097 11. Hamilton, OH - 62,477 12. West Chester, OH - 60,958 13. Springfield, OH - 60,608 14. Colerain township, OH - 58,499 15. Green township, OH - 58,370 16. Washington township, OH - 56,607 17. Kettering, OH - 56,163 18. Elyria, OH - 54,533 19. Beavercreek, OH - 52,156 20. Lakewood, OH - 52,131 21. Cuyahoga Falls, OH - 49,652 22. Euclid, OH - 48,920 23. Middletown, OH - 48,694 24. Sylvania, OH - 48,487 25. Mansfield, OH - 47,821

26. Newark, OH - 47,573 27. Mentor, OH - 47,159 28. Cleveland Heights, OH - 46,121 29. Strongsville, OH - 44,750 30. Anderson, OH - 43,446 31. Fairfield, OH - 42,510 32. Dublin, OH - 41,751 33. Warren, OH - 41,557 34. Findlay, OH - 41,202 35. Boardman, OH - 40,889 36. Miami, OH - 40,848 37. Lancaster, OH - 38,780 38. Lima, OH - 38,771 39. Huber Heights, OH - 38,101 40. Liberty township, OH - 37,259 41. Marion, OH - 36,837 42. Austintown, OH - 36,722 43. Westerville, OH - 36,120 44. Reynoldsburg, OH - 35,893 45. Grove City, OH - 35,575 46. Stow, OH - 34,837 47. Delaware, OH - 34,753 48. Brunswick, OH - 34,255 49. Upper Arlington, OH - 33,771 50. Gahanna, OH - 33,248

51. Westlake, OH - 32,729 52. North Olmsted, OH - 32,718 53. Fairborn, OH - 32,352 54. Massillon, OH - 32,149 55. Norwich, OH - 31,807 56. SHADE, OH - 31,225 57. Mason, OH - 30,712 58. Athens, OH - 30,473 59. North Royalton, OH - 30,444 60. Bowling Green, OH - 30,028 61. Delhi, OH - 29,510 62. North Ridgeville, OH - 29,465 63. Kent, OH - 28,904 64. Garfield Heights, OH - 28,849 65. Shaker Heights, OH - 28,448 66. Hilliard, OH - 28,435 67. Galloway, OH - 27,698 68. Medina, OH - 26,678 69. Barberton, OH - 26,550 70. Wooster, OH - 26,119 71. Sandusky, OH - 25,793 72. Xenia, OH - 25,719 73. Green, OH - 25,699 74. Zanesville, OH - 25,487 75. Riverside, OH - 25,201

76. Troy, OH - 25,058 77. Trotwood, OH - 24,431 78. Oxford, OH - 23,661 79. Hamilton township, OH - 23,556 80. Solon, OH - 23,348 81. Batavia, OH - 23,280 82. Maple Heights, OH - 23,138 83. Genoa, OH - 23,093 84. Avon Lake, OH - 22,581 85. Alliance, OH - 22,322 86. South Euclid, OH - 22,295 87. Willoughby, OH - 22,268 88. Hudson, OH - 22,262 89. Marysville, OH - 22,094 90. Chillicothe, OH - 21,901 91. Wadsworth, OH - 21,567 92. Sidney, OH - 21,229 93. Avon, OH - 21,193 94. Ashtabula, OH - 20,941 95. Parma Heights, OH - 20,718 96. Perrysburg, OH - 20,623 97. Piqua, OH - 20,522 98. Ashland, OH - 20,362 99. Oregon, OH - 20,291 100. Portsmouth, OH - 20,226

Largest 30 Counties in Ohio 1. Cuyahoga County - 1,280,122 (Cleveland) 2. Franklin County - 1,163,414 (Columbus) 3. Hamilton County - 802,374 (Cincinnati) 4. Summit County - 541,781 (Akron) 5. Montgomery County - 535,153 (Dayton) 6. Lucas County - 441,815 (Toledo) 7. Stark County - 375,586 (Canton) 8. Butler County - 368,130 (Hamilton) 9. Lorain County - 301,356 (Elyria) 10. Mahoning County - 238,823 (Youngstown)

11. Lake County - 230,041 (Painesville) 12. Warren County - 212,693 (Lebanon) 13. Trumbull County - 210,312 (Warren) 14. Clermont County - 197,363 (Batavia) 15. Delaware County - 174,214 (Delaware) 16. Medina County - 172,332 (Medina) 17. Licking County - 166,492 (Newark) 18. Greene County - 161,573 (Xenia) 19. Portage County - 161,419 (Ravenna) 20. Fairfield County - 146,156 (Lancaster)

21. Clark County - 138,333 (Springfield) 22. Wood County - 125,488 (Bowling Green) 23. Richland County - 124,475 (Mansfield) 24. Wayne County - 114,520 (Wooster) 25. Columbiana County - 107,841 (Lisbon) 26. Allen County - 106,331 (Lima) 27. Miami County - 102,506 (Troy) 28. Ashtabula County - 101,497 (Jefferson) 29. Geauga County - 93,389 (Chardon) 30. Tuscarawas County - 92,582 (New Philadelphia)

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