Are bankruptcy filings public information?

Answer According to, bankruptcy filings are a matter of public record. Bankruptcy records are noted on the public records section of credit reports, and available online for a smal... Read More »

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Are business bankruptcy filings public record?

Business bankruptcy filings are public record and are not covered by any state or federal privacy regulations. The bankruptcy information shows up in the public records section of a credit report. ... Read More »

Is personal bankruptcy information public information?

Personal bankruptcy filings are a matter of public record, and remain in your court records for 20 years. Bankruptcy filings are reported to credit bureaus and stay on your credit report for 10 yea... Read More »

How to Find Bankruptcy Record Filings Online?

Bankruptcy records are readily available online for a small fee. The public has access to these records because the documents are in the public domain. In the United States, personal and business b... Read More »

Are court filings considered public record?

When papers are filed with any court they become part of the docket for the particular case in which they pertain. In most cases, court dockets are public record. Juvenile court filings are not mad... Read More »