This is a legal form that was released by the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida - a government authority operating within Florida. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is a Form LF-17?
A: Form LF-17 is an Affidavit of Proposed Attorney for Debtor in Possession in Florida.
Q: Who needs to file a Form LF-17?
A: A Form LF-17 needs to be filed by a proposed attorney for a debtor in possession in Florida.
Q: What is the purpose of Form LF-17?
A: The purpose of Form LF-17 is to provide information about the proposed attorney and their qualifications to represent the debtor in possession.
Q: What information is required on Form LF-17?
A: Form LF-17 requires the proposed attorney's contact information, their background and experience, and their agreement to the terms and conditions of representation.
Q: Are there any fees associated with filing Form LF-17?
A: There may be filing fees associated with submitting Form LF-17. You should check the court's fee schedule or consult with an attorney for more information.
Q: When should Form LF-17 be filed?
A: Form LF-17 should be filed as soon as possible after the debtor in possession has chosen a proposed attorney to represent them in the bankruptcy proceedings.
Q: What happens after Form LF-17 is filed?
A: After Form LF-17 is filed, the court will review the information provided and determine whether to approve the proposed attorney to represent the debtor in possession.
Download a printable version of Form LF-17 by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida.