Find out what to do if you've filed for bankruptcy.
Although the decision to file for bankruptcy can be a difficult one, AT&T wants to help make the process for its customers easier. While AT&T is normally notified of new bankruptcy filings when it is designated a creditor in a Debtor's petition, you can help ensure AT&T receives timely notice by sending your bankruptcy case information including: (1) the bankruptcy court where the case was filed, (2) petition date, (3) case number, (4) chapter (7, 11 or 13), and (5) tax identification number(s) associated with your accounts to the "General Bankruptcy Mail" address below.
General Bankruptcy Mail
c/o Midland Bankruptcy
5407 Andrews Hwy
Midland, TX 79706
Please note, however, all legal pleadings and notices, must be served on CT Corporation as AT&T's agent or as provided for in AT&T's notice of appearance - if one is filed. Sending legal pleadings and notices to the address where you submit payment does not properly serve the documents on AT&T. In short the bill processing center is not equipped to process anything other than bills.
While clearly AT&T adheres to all applicable laws and will not attempt to collect any charges associated with services it provided prior to your bankruptcy petition date, there may be instances where automatically generated invoices could possibly include certain pre bankruptcy petition charges. If that is the case, you are only responsible for charges incurred after the petition date as provided for by the law.