IS THE BANKRUPTCY COURT A STATE OR FEDERAL COURT?

The U.S. Bankruptcy Court is part of the federal judiciary. Each of the 94 federal judicial districts handles bankruptcy matters, and in almost all districts, bankruptcy cases are filed in the bankruptcy court.  Bankruptcy cases cannot be filed in state court.
For more Utah bankruptcy information visit www.dlblaw.com .

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WHAT ARE BANKRUPTCY JUDGES? HOW ARE THEY APPOINTED?

A U.S. bankruptcy judge is a judicial officer of the U.S. district court who is appointed by the majority of judges of the U.S. court of appeals to exercise jurisdiction over bankruptcy matters. The number of bankruptcy judges is determined by Congress. The Judicial Conference of the United States is required to submit recommendations from time to time regarding the number of bankruptcy judges needed. Bankruptcy judges are appointed for 14-year terms. More information on Utah Bankruptcy can be found at www.dlblaw.com

IS THE BANKRUPTCY COURT A STATE OR FEDERAL COURT?

The U.S. Bankruptcy Court is part of the federal judiciary. Each of the 94 federal judicial districts handles bankruptcy matters, and in almost all districts, bankruptcy cases are filed in the bankruptcy court. Bankruptcy cases cannot be filed in state court.