The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin will be closed on Thursday, November 27, and Friday, November 28, 2014, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
 
In anticipation of Chief Judge Pepper's move to the District Court, the Clerk of Courts will be reassigning her cases to other bankruptcy judges.  The Clerk expects to complete that process by December 5, 2014.  If you have a case that has not been transferred to another Judge by that date, please contact the Clerk's Office at 414-290-2701.
 

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Filing a Proof of Claim

The Bankruptcy Clerk’s Office in the Eastern District of Wisconsin made available Electronic Filing of Proof of Claim Forms from the court’s website.  The site contains Form B10 Instructions, Frequently Asked Questions, and the ability to submit one Proof of Claim form or batch Proofs of Claim forms.  Click on the link under Information For Creditors titled "File a Claim On-line."

EFFECTIVE JULY 12, 2010, THE BANKRUPTCY NOTICING CENTER WILL NOT MAIL NOTICES TO A CREDITOR IF ADDRESS IS INVALID.

When a bankruptcy court mails notices to a creditor, the court is required to use the address a debtor provides on its creditor mailing list unless a creditor has provided the court with a different address. The court uses the Bankruptcy Noticing Center (“BNC”) to mail notices, but the BNC can only do so if an address is valid. If an address is not valid, the United States Postal Service (“USPS”) treats this as sending mail to an “undeliverable address." Read More