Creditor Information

Creditor Filing Information



The following documents can be filed electronically here or by mail:
  • Proof of Claim
  • Amend a Proof of Claim

The following documents can be filed electronically here or by mail:
  • Notice of Mortgage Payment Change (Ch. 13)
  • Notice of Postpetition Mortgage Fees, Expenses, and Charges (Ch. 13)
  • Notice of Withdrawal of Claim
  • Notice of Payment Change (No Proof of Claim Filed)
  • Request for Notice
  • Response to Notice of Final Cure Payment Rule 3002.1 (Ch. 13)
  • Notice of Change of Address

File the following documents by mail:
  • Transfer/Assignment of Claim
  • Withdraw of Claim
  • Objection to Claim
  • Objection to Assignment of Claim
  • Notice of Withdrawal of Payment Change

Information for Creditors Filing Without An Attorney



The United States Bankruptcy Code is a complex statute enacted by Congress to balance the rights of creditors against those debtors entitled to the relief afforded by the Code. If you are an individual creditor in a bankruptcy case, it is strongly recommended that you consult with a bankruptcy attorney. If you choose to represent yourself, you may contact the Pro Se Law Clerk for information about the bankruptcy process, and for answers to many basic questions about forms, schedules and procedure. The Pro Se Law Clerk is employed by the United States Bankruptcy Court and is prohibited from providing anyone with legal advice.


Creditor's Preferred Address



The National Creditor Registration Service (NCRS) is a free service provided by the U.S. Bankruptcy Courts to give creditors options to specify a preferred U.S. mail, e-mail address, or fax number to which bankruptcy notices should be sent. To register to receive all your bankruptcy notices at a single address, click on the link below


National Creditor Registration Service


Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing



The U.S. Bankruptcy Courts offer the bankruptcy community Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing (EBN). EBN is a FREE service that allows court notices to be transmitted electronically, delivering them faster and more conveniently. Visit ebn.uscourts.gov or click on the image below to register.