Certificate Filing Terms And Conditions​​

Please read this Agreement carefully. If you do not agree to or do not accept any of these terms and conditions, please do not use the certificate filing service ("service"). By checking the appropriate box and registering for an Attorney Portal Account, you authorize 001 Debtoredu LLC ("Debtoredu") to file your clients’ certificates with the bankruptcy court.

We do not charge an additional fee for this service. This service is available in all jurisdictions except Guam. This service is available only for the second bankruptcy course at debtoredu.com. Once we receive your request, we will create an Attorney Portal Account for your law firm and email you a confirmation. We will notify you by email when we will begin filing your clients’ certificates with the Bankruptcy Court.

We will file your clients’ certificates only during regular business hours of Monday – Friday (9am to Midnight) EST. We will not file a certificate outside of these regular business hours. We will file the certificate within 1 business day of course completion. Similarly, if a certificate is amended or re-generated, we will file the updated certificate within 1 business day. We observe the following holidays during which certificates will not be filed: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and the day after, and Christmas day. Certificates scheduled to be filed on these days will be filed the next business day.

When a client inputs your email during registration, our system will mark that client’s certificate to be filed with the court. As such, it is very important that you advise your clients to input your email on the Attorney Information page on our website so we are made aware that their certificate should be filed. Similarly, if you have been assigned an Attorney Billing code and the client inputs that code during payment, their certificate will be marked to be filed. If your emails change, it is your responsibility to notify us of the updated email addresses.

By using this service, you understand that Debtoredu will file every second bankruptcy course certificate associated with your law firm with the Bankruptcy Court. If you do not want us to file a specific certificate, it is your responsibility to provide written notice. Once a certificate has been filed, you will receive notice directly from the Bankruptcy Court, at the email address that the court has on file for your law firm. If you do not receive this email, it should put you on notice that the certificate has not been filed. We will not guarantee that every certificate will be filed accurately. It will be solely your responsibility to check the court’s docket to ensure that the filing has been completed and filed accurately.

By agreeing to use this service, you agree that Debtoredu is not liable for any damages caused by the lack of filing a certificate or the improper or inaccurate filing of a certificate, including, but not limited to, damages caused by Debtoredu's negligence. If you choose to terminate this agreement, you must provide notice of termination in writing. Debtoredu reserves the right to terminate this service agreement at any time by providing written notice.