I will be filing a bankruptcy petition in the united states pro se.
I have instructions for filing electronically via PACER, which indicate forms do not need to be signed as the user account used to submit takes the place of a signature: https://pacer.uscourts.gov/help/faqs/how-will-signature-documents-be-handled-documents-filed-electronically?page=9
I also see temporary instructions for filing via email due to COVID, which states "You must sign your document by either signing the document before you scan it or typing “/s/ [Your Name].” The Court will accept typed signatures in this format."
In this case, would it be a problem to file both ways, or would there be no point and would it cause problems?
If filing electronically does a physical copy signed in ink still need to be mailed or filed in person, or would that also just cause confusion?