Objection to Debtor's Claim of Exemptions

This event is programmed in CM/ECF to automatically transmit statistical information to the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts pursuant to statutory mandates of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (BAPCPA).  Please be sure this is the most appropriate event for the pleading you are filing.

The instructions below are written as an attorney's objection.  This event is also found under the Trustee Events category and the docketing steps are slightly different as noted below.

For instructions on filing an Objection to Debtor's Claim of Exemptions in a bankruptcy case, click here.

STEP 1           Choose Adversary from main menu

STEP 2           Choose Answers and Responses category

STEP 3           Choose Motion/Application category

STEP 4           Enter case number; click [NEXT]

STEP  5          Select Objection to Debtor's Claim of Exemptions; click [NEXT]

STEP 6           If this is a joint filing, place a check in the box; click [NEXT].  If this is not a joint filing, click [NEXT] to skip this screen.

TIP - Step 6 does not occur in the Trustee Event.

STEP 7          Select Party or click [ADD/CREATE PARTY]; click [NEXT].

TIP - If this is the first time you are appearing on behalf of this party, you will be asked to create an association between the attorney and client on the next screen as shown below:

Please be aware that unchecking the association check box will prevent you from receiving Notices of Electronic Filing in this case

STEP 8           Upload .pdf document; click [NEXT]

STEP 9           Confirm case information; click [NEXT]

STEP 10         Docket text appears; review for accuracy, modify if appropriate; click [NEXT]

TIP - Text of docket entry cannot be modified from this screen.  If there is an error, abort the transaction and begin again. 


Objection to Debtor's Claim of Exemptions Filed by Test Attorney on behalf of Test Client. (test atty)

STEP 11        Notice of Electronic Filing displays.