Bankruptcy forms are legal documents that give an individual’s current financial status. Bankruptcy forms are used when filing for bankruptcy for one’s financial status to be considered truthful and accurate. An attorney can file these forms, or they can be filed by individuals.
However, one must be well informed about the consequences of filing these forms. For instance, one’s credit rating is adversely affected when one files for bankruptcy. Details in bankruptcy forms include all debts owed and to whom they are owed, current income or monthly salary after deductions, and all property and other assets owned.
Some assets are exempted but must be included in the bankruptcy forms. These details establish one’s financial status and validate their bankruptcy status. If an individual decides to file the forms personally, they must ensure that all information given is accurate, truthful, and correct.