Getting help from your local court to file bankruptcy without an attorney
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Getting help from your local court to file bankruptcy without an attorney

You may be surprised to learn that every federal bankruptcy court has a special section just for people filing bankruptcy without an attorney. Learn how to use this information if you are thinking about filing for bankruptcy.
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Updated: 2022-03-12
 

No matter what district you live in, anywhere in the USA, your local federal bankruptcy court has a section devoted to helping you file for bankruptcy if you do not have an attorney. And the increasing number of courts have the option of filing electronically, to a system called electronic self representation of debtors, or ESR for short.

 


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