Procedures for Submitting Pleadings by Debtors Not Represented by an Attorney (“Pro Se Debtors”). This Order supersedes General Order 34-2020, is effective August 5, 2020 and applies only to Pro Se Debtors.
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General Order No. 40-2020 |
General Order No. 39-2020 |
The Court designates James R. Sacca to serve a three-year term on the Panel in Complex Chapter 11 Cases in the Atlanta Division beginning February 1, 2021.
General Order No. 38-2020 |
Signature Requirements Under BLR 5005-7 (b)(3), (c) and (g) - This order supersedes General Orders 33-2020 and 35-2020, and clarifies the signature requirement under BLR 5005-7(b)(c), (c) and (g) and the prior general orders modifying them.
General Order No. 37-2020 |
Signature Requirements for Amended Chapter 13 Plans and Post Confirmation Plan Modifications - This order provides that the signature of a debtor represented by an attorney is not required on any amendment to a Chapter 13 plan or post confirmation modification, provided that debtor’s counsel has signed the document.
General Order No. 36-2020 |
Applicability of Interim Bankruptcy Rules in Cases Under Subchapter V of Chapter 11 - Order Amending General Order 30-2020
General Order No. 35-2020 |
[THIS ORDER IS SUPERSEDED BY GENERAL ORDER 38-2020 entered on July 1, 2020] Order Extending General Order 33-2020 - the temporary suspension of BLR 5005-7(c) remains in effect until further order of the Court.
General Order No. 34-2020 |
[THIS ORDER IS SUPERSEDED BY GENERAL ORDER 40-2020 entered on July 28, 2020] Interim Bankruptcy Filing Procedures for Parties Not Represented by an Attorney
General Order No. 33-2020 |
[THIS ORDER IS SUPERSEDED BY GENERAL ORDER 38-2020 entered on July 1, 2020] This order temporarily modifies the procedure for filing “Verified Papers” pursuant to BLR 5005-7(c) through and including April 10, 2020.
General Order No. 32-2020 |
This order extends certain deadlines in all cases where the § 341 Meeting of Creditors was not concluded prior to March 16, 2020.
General Order No. 31-2020 |
This order resets all meetings of creditors in all divisions of the Court (Atlanta, Gainesville, Rome, and Newnan) between March 16, 2020 through April 10, 2020.