For Debtors or Those Considering Filing a Bankruptcy Case

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BANKRUPTCY BASICS:

The U.S. Courts' website contains an explanation of bankruptcy cases and a series of videos explaining the bankruptcy process.  There is also a glossary of bankruptcy terms on the site.

To go to the  Bankruptcy Cases explanation on the U.S. Courts' website, click here.

To go to the  Bankruptcy Basics videos on the U.S. Courts' website, click here.

To go to the Glossary of Bankruptcy terms on the U.S. Courts' website, click here.


ATTENTION:  PRO SE DEBTORS AND OTHER UNREPRESENTED PARTIES

During the course of a bankruptcy case or proceeding, bankruptcy court notices are mailed by the Bankruptcy Noticing Center (BNC) on behalf of the court. The BNC, which is operated by a private contractor, provides notice production and mailing services for the court, but THE BNC IS NOT THE COURT.

DO NOT SEND DOCUMENTS TO THE BNC

Documents related to a bankruptcy case or proceeding should be sent directly to the court.