Tax Documents    Modified 01/25/2006




Debtor’s tax documents must be filed with the court if the U.S. Trustee, the case trustee, or any other party in interest has previously obtained an order granting access to the debtor’s tax documents.  The tax documents once filed with the court will not be accessible electronically to anyone other than court staff.  Only those parties who have previously obtained court approval will be provided a copy of the tax documentation by the Clerk’s Office.  These documents should be properly redacted pursuant to the Judicial Conference Privacy Policy.






        1. Select Bankruptcy

        2. Select Other

        3. Enter case number and click Next

        4. Verify correct case number and caption

        5. Select Tax Documents

        1. Indicate if this is a joint filing with another attorney(s)

        2. Select Additional attorneys if appropriate

        1. Select Party or Add/Create Party

          • The Party Attorney Association screen may display.  Indicate the party you represent.

        1. Browse, verify and attach the Certification (pdf file)  

          • Attach supporting documents, if applicable.

        1. Click Next

        2. Enter  the appropriate Four Digit Tax Year (e.g. 2005)

        3. Click Next to complete the filing


WARNING: Verify filing entry information is correct before submitting the Final Docket Text.


        1. Save the Notice of Electronic Filing.