I am a bankruptcy attorney and I would be happy to assist you. You need to file out a separate claim form and file it with the Court for every claim you may have that is for a separate reason. If you need extras you may copy it, find one at the bankruptcy court
website, or obtain a copy with the Clerk of the Court at the Bankruptcy Court hose address noted on the documentation you have received. You merely need to list what your claim is for, the type (secured, unsecured, priority, etc.), and you should also type us a description of why you are owed money and attach any receipts or documentation to the claim form that evidences what you are owed. Ex) a receipt. Additionally, I always recommend discussing your legal questions with a local attorney in your area. You need to file it all as one document with the Clerk of the Bankruptcy Court, either online. You will need to create a Pacer account at Pacer.gov. Instructions can be found there and it is quite simple.
If your claim is similar to a credit card, merely for money you loaned, it is most likely an unsecured claim
. However, if it is money loaned for collateral (ex- a car or house), then it is called a secured claim. Claims that have priority are taxes, government debts, child support, etc. As a customer, you most likely do not have a priority claim, and it is general and unsecured. Of course only you will be able to decide this, based on what your proof of the debt owed is that is attached to your claim form.
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