NOTE: If documents are not provided at least 7 days prior to the scheduled meeting, the Trustee may continue the matter without an examination. The following documents are to be uploaded to the Trustee’s portal:
1. Copies of last filed tax returns;
2. If the debtor(s) has not filed a tax return for more than 5 years, a declaration under penalty of perjury stating the year the debtor(s) last filed a tax returns (e.g. a tax return was filed in 2015 for tax year 2014).
3. Copies of statements of account for all financial accounts at all financial institutions for the month of the bankruptcy filing showing the balance in those accounts on the date of the bankruptcy petition;
4. If the debtor(s) owns real estate, copy(ies) of the latest mortgage statement(s) against each property.
5. In light of the Covid-19 pandemic and virtual meetings, the debtor(s) will need to complete and submit these additional documents* 7 days prior to the initial 341a meeting:
b. If applicable, the DSO Questionnaire;
c. Either the Declaration Confirming Debtor ID/SSN (with proper ID/SSN) or if
represented, the Counsel Declaration Confirming Debtor ID/SSN
d. If not represented by counsel, the Declaration Re Debtor(s) Without Attorney BPP
*Note, for your convenience the above a-d pdf files are available for downloading at the bottom of this page.
Counsel for debtor(s) should receive an email from the Trustee’s vendor, Stretto, with instructions on how to upload the documents. For all others, please deliver them to the Trustee by mail or email:
If sending via US Mail: 3550 Vine Street, Suite 210, Riverside, CA 92507.
If sending via email: Lynda.Bui@caselinkweb.com. The subject line of the email should be the debtor(s) last name and the 7 digit case number (e.g. Wooten; 20-12345). If the subject line does not have this information, there will be a delay in processing.
If we do not have your documents when they are due, your matter may be continued. Accordingly, please submit them as soon as you are able to avoid having your matter continued.
Finally, all debtors need to read the Bankruptcy Information Sheet prior to attending the initial meeting of creditors. Your matter may be continued if you fail to do this.