File Bankruptcy Online in Utah

File Bankruptcy Online in Utah
Simply and Conveniently

We know that the issues causing you to consider bankruptcy are very difficult and stressful. That’s why we’ve developed a system that makes the process as simple and convenient as possible. You’ll notice the difference with our convenient fully complete online process, you can receive the help you need without traveling to our office, arranging for day care, and taking time away from work.

Our process includes a convenient telephone consultation, followed with a simple electronic signature of documents. You’ll complete our online questionnaire; we then prepare your bankruptcy petition and send it to you for complete review and simplified electronic signature.

We keep you fully informed along the way with frequent communications. Our process is not only more convenient for you, but it also more thorough. To get started today, complete our web form today

Steps to File Bankruptcy Online

Step 1 – Determine what chapter of bankruptcy is right for you

Complete our Free Evaluation Form- our bankruptcy lawyer will evaluate your situation and help you determine if chapter 7 or chapter 13 right for you.

Step 2 – Provide the Necessary Information

You will complete our online questionnaire and provide the necessary information and documents to prepare your bankruptcy petition.

Step 3 – Review and sign your bankruptcy petition electronically

After preparing your petition, we will send you the complete bankruptcy petition, schedules and forms for you to review. After review and verification that the information is accurate and complete, You will sign your bankruptcy petition and schedules with our simple electronic signature process.

Step 4 – Attend the meeting of creditors (341 meeting)

Together we will attend the 341 meeting with the bankruptcy trustee. This is a very simple and routing meeting with the bankruptcy trustee–who is the attorney appointed by the bankruptcy attorney to represent your creditors.

Step 5 – Debtor Education Course

Bankruptcy requires a debtor education course after filing your petition. This course can be taken either telephonically or over the internet. We will provide you with a link. When the course is completed with our vendor, your certification of completion will be automatically sent to us for court filing.

Step 6 – Get a Fresh Start Financially

If you file chapter 7, you will then get an order of discharge.
If you file chapter 13, you will complete your repayment plan and then get an order of discharge.

To File Bankruptcy Online in Utah schedule your Free Bankruptcy Consultation with us today!

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Which Chapter of Bankruptcy Is Right For You?

During your free bankruptcy consultation, our experienced bankruptcy lawyer will review your financial situation with you and help you determine if chapter 7 or chapter 13 is the appropriate way to resolve your financial problems. We pride ourselves at taking time to understand your situation and then give you solid financial advise–even if it means that you don’t need to file bankruptcy. After understanding your financial situation, we can advise on the best approach to solve your financial situation.

File Bankruptcy Online

Our unique online bankruptcy process allows us to simply and conveniently work with clients from Utah County, Salt Lake County, Weber county, Wasatch county, and elsewhere across the State of Utah. We can schedule convenient telephone consultations, and provide all the documentation to you for electronic review and completion. We keep you fully informed along the way with request communications. Our process is not only more convenient for you, but it also more thorough. To get started today, complete our web form.

Request a Free Bankruptcy Evaluation to see just how convenient and affordable we make the cost to file bankruptcy.

Consult, Review & Sign Remotely

Utah Law Allows Electronic Signatures

  • Utah Federal District Court Rule 5-1(a)

    “Papers may be e-filed, signed and verified by electronic means… .”

  • Utah CM/ECF Administrative Procedures Manual

    “An electronic document has the same legal status and effect as a paper document.”

  • E-Sign Act, 15 U.S.C. § 7001

    Contracts or signatures may not be denied “legal effect, validity, or enforceability solely because it is in electronic form.”

  • Utah UETA, U.C.A. § 46-4-201(1) et seq.

    Electronic signature satisfies writing requirement; & electronic signature satisfies signature requirements.

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