You can but I suggest you don’t. The Bankruptcy Code book I use is 462 pages long. When you decide to file legal documents yourself, you are choosing to act as your own attorney and you cannot solicit advice from the Clerk’s Office or the trustee in your case. I have refiled cases for a number of individuals over the years who attempted to file on their own behalf. Even those who have used a “bankruptcy petition preparer” have had to seek my services after-the-fact. A “preparer” is not an attorney and cannot give you legal advice. Even if you use a “preparer,” any mistakes in your filing are your responsibility and you will likely have to figure out the error yourself. This may end up costing you more money in then end if you have to file multiple times or have an attorney step in to fix errors.