Do you need to file a proof of claim in a bankruptcy case? A person or company that owes you money has filed for bankruptcy — whether it is a Chapter 7, Chapter 11 or Chapter 13.
You have received an official notice (Notice of Commencement of Case) from the Bankruptcy Court Clerk notifying you of a bar date (deadline) to file a proof of claim and sent you a form.
The form you need to file unless the Bankruptcy Court has ordered otherwise is official Form B10. You can obtain a copy of this form immediately from us (free with registration).
However, to those not familiar with much of the bankruptcy jargon, completing the form can be challenging. Sure, putting in your name and address is straightforward. But the answers to many of the questions on the form are not immediately apparent. Do I have a priority claim? Do I have a Secured Claim? What is a “right of setoff”? What is a “basis for perfection”? Whether the form looks like Greek or is somewhat understandable, you may need (or want) help.
We can help you! We will guide you through completing the form. We will even take care of submitting the claim properly for you with the Court. All you need to do is answer a few questions in our Claim Entry walkthrough, then upload, fax, email or mail a few documents to us. We’ll take care of the rest! It’s that simple. All for only $74.99 (Paypal/Major credit cards accepted).
This process consists of a few simple steps. It should take less than 10 minutes. Also, feel free to contact us if you have questions about our service or the process.