Information for Bankruptcy in California?

Answer Bankruptcy is a federal procedure, which means that there are very few differences between declaring bankruptcy in California and declaring in any other state. However, there are a few key differe... Read More »

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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 often can I file bankruptcy in California?

If a person has already filed and completed a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, they must wait eight years before applying again for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. A Chapter 13 allows a person to file another bankrup... Read More »

How to Look Up California Bankruptcy Cases?

Public Access to Court Electronic Records or PACER allows users to search for and access federal court cases including bankruptcy from California. The PACER system is managed by the Administrative ... Read More »

How to File Bankruptcy in California?

Image:At the trustee sale foreclosure auction.jpgIf you have to declare bankruptcy in California, then there are several options you have to decide first place. First, decide whether you want a law... Read More »