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    Chapter 7: Original documents plus 1 complete set of copies (petition, schedules and statements, matrix & any attachments).
    Chapter 13: Original documents plus 1 complete set of copies (petition, schedules and statements, matrix, plan & any attachments)

    Chapter 11: Original + 3 complete copies (petition, all schedules and statements, matrix & attachments).

    NOTE: Ch 11 Corporate debtors must have an attorney. An application to employ attorney should be filed with the petition. While individuals filing chapter 11 are not required to have an attorney, it is highly recommended that they do have one to assist them with their bankruptcy.
    For all chapters: the matrix must be filed on a 3.5" floppy diskette. If you are unable to provide your list of creditors on a disk, your matrix must be typed on letter sized (8 1/2 by 11 inch) white paper in a single column down the page. Please see the local rules, available on our web site, for more specifics regarding the matrix.

    If you would like to have a conformed (file stamped) copy of bankruptcy documents you file with the Clerk's Office, you must make one extra copy of these documents for yourself. The Clerk will file stamp the extra copies and return them to you. If you are mailing your documents to the Clerk's Office, you must provide a self addressed, stamped envelope with enough postage to cover return postage for these documents.
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