To apply for bankruptcy you need to submit a Bankruptcy Form online.
If you’ve been made bankrupt by a creditor, you will also need to submit a Bankruptcy Form online.
To do this, you’ll need to:
- create an account on the Bankruptcy Online portal
- verify your identity and
- download, complete and submit your form.
Once you’ve submitted your bankruptcy form online, you can log in to your Bankruptcy Online account to check the status of your application.
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To complete the bankruptcy form, you’ll first need to create an account on AFSA’s Bankruptcy Online.
To create an account, you’ll need your proof of identity documents to verify your identity.
Once your account is created, you will be able to access a copy and submit your bankruptcy form.
For more information see Creating a Bankruptcy Online account.
Once you’ve completed your identity check, you can download a copy of the Bankruptcy Form to fill in.
To complete the form you’ll need details such as:
- bank details and
- the debt you owe to creditors.
Once you have downloaded the form you can fill it on your computer or device.
You must open and save the Bankruptcy Form using Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you complete the form in a web browser (such as Chrome) your information may not be saved. You can download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader for free from the Adobe website.
If you need more room to complete any of the questions within your Bankruptcy Form, you can download additional pages from Additional Pages - Bankruptcy Form.
If needed you can save the form as you go and return to it later. Any unsaved information may be lost.
For more information, including examples of what a completed application looks like see Completing the Bankruptcy Form.
If you can’t complete your identity verification and application online, contact us to request a copy of the form.
For more information on how to submit the form offline, including how to get have your identity verified in person, see Submitting the Bankruptcy Form offline.
In particular circumstances, a person can complete the Bankruptcy Form on behalf of someone else only if the applicant is:
- blind, partially sighted, illiterate or partially literate
- non-English speaking or
- physically unable to complete the form.
For more information see Complete the Bankruptcy Form on behalf of someone else