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U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT

District of Idaho

Chief Judge Terry L. Myers

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United States Bankruptcy Court
E-Filing for Creditors
Claims E-Filing

Proof of Claims (ePOC)

Creditors may electronically file Proof of Claims for all chapters. A login/password is not required.

The claims electronic filing program contains a fillable Proof of Claim form (Form 410) along with the ability to amend or withdraw a claim.  Supplemental documentation to the claim may be attached.  Rule 3002.1 Claim Supplements may also be filed using ePOC (a PDF must be attached).  The address of the creditor is automatically added to the mailing matrix of a case when a proof of claim is filed to ensure service of case-wide documents.  If you are filing a proof of claim electronically for the first time, please read the ePOC Instructions and Claims Electronic Filing FAQ's BEFORE attempting to file your proof of claim.  

The following are direct links which enable creditors to file these documents with the Court.

  Notice of Mortgage Payment Change (Form 410S1)
  Notice of Postpetition Mortgage Fees, Expenses and Charges (Form 410S2)
  Response to Notice of Final Cure Payment (Form 4100R)

*Amended Claims - Check the box indicating that the claim amends a previously filed claim. Select the court claim number and enter the pertinent information on the claim form.

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.

 

Penalty for filing fraudulent claim: Fine of up to $500,000 or imprisonment for up to 5 years, or both. 18 U.S.C. §§ 152, 157, and 3571.

 



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