The multi-year Forms Modernization Project will culminate on December 1, 2015, when all of the Official Bankruptcy Forms and Director's Forms will change. Some of the changes are cosmetic, others are more comprehensive. Some forms will be abrogated, some forms are new, and some are being consolidated into other forms. All of the forms are renumbered. To help you view at a glance how the new forms correspond to the old forms, we provide a Modernized Bankruptcy Forms Numbering Conversion chart. To see the new forms themselves and the Committee Notes highlighting the most significant changes, please go to http://www.uscourts.gov/rules-policies/pending-rules-amendments/pending-changes-bankruptcy-forms.
Also, if you are an attorney who uses a bankruptcy software package to prepare and file petitions and other bankruptcy documents, we encourage you to contact your software provider to verify that your software provider will offer an updated version of the software that will support the new forms. Some bankruptcy software companies have announced to their users that they will no longer update or support their software packages after November 30, 2015.
These forms are PDF fillable versions of the Official Bankruptcy Forms and locally developed forms. These forms can be filled out and printed. Unless you have the necessary software, you will NOT be able to save these forms.
A complete list may be found on the US Courts Bankruptcy Forms page.