|CPS can assist individuals representing themselves pro se, in bankruptcy court. We prepare all of the necessary documentation needed for clients who are filing their |
|own Chapter 7 or 13 Bankruptcy. Any pro se litigant should seek the advice of a qualified attorney if they need specific answers to questions regarding their own |
particular situation. Federal law allows non-attorney bankruptcy petition preparers to enter information onto bankruptcy forms for clients, but are prohibited from
providing legal advice or assisting clients in bankruptcy court.
|If you file a bankruptcy petition, pro se, you're well aware that you are representing yourself, what your debts, assets and cash on hand are, not operating a business |
|nor own any real property, and are choosing to file bankruptcy voluntarily due to overwhelming medical, credit cards, and other debts.|
|As a Bankruptcy Petition Preparer, we must follow all of the federal bankruptcy rules. We cannot sign documents on your behalf nor receive payment for court fees as |
|these must be paid by the client directly to the court when filing their case.|