of Proof of Claim Form
• Creditors are requested to file Proof of Claim
forms for all chapters electronically. A login/password
is not required.
• This contains a fillable B410 proof of claim form.
Supplemental documentation to the claim may be attached.
An attorney may file the proof of claim through the website,
indicating, for whom the proof of claim is filed in the
"filed by: field" (i.e. creditor or debtor) or
may obtain a live ECF login and password.
• The address of the creditor is automatically added
to the mailing matrix of a case when a proof of claim is
filed to insure service of case-wide documents.
• Amended Claims - If the claim amends a claim previously
filed in the case, check the box indicating that the claim
amends a previously filed claim. Select the claim number
being amended from the dropdown list of claim numbers.
• The full name and title of a creditor or other
person authorized to file a proof of claim must appear on
the form. If a party other than the creditor is filing the
proof of claim, the address of that party must be included.
Filing a proof of claim electronically deems the claim signed
by the creditor or authorized person.
IMPORTANT NOTICE OF REDACTION RESPONSIBILITY: All
filers must redact: Social Security or taxpayer-identification
numbers; dates of birth; names of minor children; and financial
account numbers, in compliance with Fed. R. Bankr. P. 9037.
This requirement applies to all documents, including attachments.
IMPORTANT NOTICE OF CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE REQUIREMENT FOR CHAPTER 13 CASES: Under Local Rule 3002-1(c),
a creditor filing a proof of claim in a Chapter 13 case
where the debtor is not represented by counsel shall serve the proof of claim on the debtor at the address
indicated on the docket and shall attach a copy of the proof of service to the proof of claim.
Form B410 Instructions
Frequently Asked Questions
Submit a Proof of Claim (Submissions
can only be made using Microsoft Internet Explorer)
Penalty for filing fraudulent claim: Fine of up to
$500,000 imprisonment for up to 5 years, or both. 18 U.S.C.
§§ 152 and 3571.