By "list" I assume you mean where do you file the case. Pursuant to the Bankruptcy Rules you must file your case in the Federal Bankruptcy Court with jurisdiction over where you have resided for the greater part of the last 180 days. That may be the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Ohio 221 E. Fourth Street
Atrium Two Suite 800
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
The foregoing answer is for informational and educational purposes, not for purposes of legal representation. This answer is based on New Jersey law and is necessarily general in nature.. Laws in other states may be different, and each situation is different, so this answer might not apply accurately to you. No attorney client relationship is to be implied from this answer. Always seek independent legal advice
Schedule I of the petition is where you list your employment status. You can check the box for unemployed if that is the case. You could also put on Schedule I that you are a full time student where it ask for your employer name. If you have student loans you also need to list those as well.
If you're stuck, then you shouldn't be filing on your own. Go to www.nacba.org [national association of consumer bankruptcy attorneys] to locate a local attorney who offers a free or low-cost consultation.
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