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Q: I took out a loan to pay professional bankruptcy document preparing company to do my paperwork so it would be done right

I have to file my bankruptcy myself because I can’t afford an attorney.I need to know what local forms I need to fill out in addition to these.I also need to know how many payments I have to make on that loan before I can include it in the bankruptcy

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  • Louisville, KY

A: You have to wait a minimum of 60 days before they can be included, although the court could find it to be non-dischargeable bc you obtained it knowing you were going to file bankruptcy. You have to file the Petition, Notice of Chapters of Bankruptcy, Statement of Affairs, Statement of Kntention, Schedules A-J, summary of Assets, Declaration of Schedules, statementof SSN, Statement of CMI/ Means test, Verdi of creditormatrix, creditor matrix, plus any specific local forms required by your specific jurisdiction.

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