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Databases Updated on Nov 14, 2019

What Information is Available in Bankruptcy Reports?

Bankruptcy Filings

Bankruptcy Filings

Find all types of bankruptcy filings within seconds. Learn about the financial misfortunes of any individual by gaining access to millions of bankruptcy court records throughout the country without visiting a courthouse. Do it faster & easier, online.

Judgments

Judgments

Access all previous and latest judgements that involve someone you know. By performing a completely anonymous search within out database, you’ll be able to know about their criminal convictions, penalties, fines, civil lawsuits and more.

Liens

Liens

Look up an individual’s full Lien Records, such as Property Liens, Vehicle Liens, Mechanic Liens, Personal Liens, Attorney Liens or Tax Liens. Our online search tool is the best way to verify if a property is subject to a lien or check for unpaid taxes.

Assets

Assets

For years we’ve been compiling the most accurate assets data on anyone. Discover the ultimate online lookup tool for tangible or intangible assets tracking, including land, personal property, financial investments, money in the bank or savings.

Lawsuits

Lawsuits

By combing through millions of lawsuit records, we provide the best search results whenever you want to thoroughly check bankruptcy case information, financial details, case summaries, court location, hearing dates, filing details and much more.

Criminal Records

Criminal Records

Occasionally, bankruptcies are linked to criminal convictions, therefore, our report may also divulge court orders, if someone was found guilty of a bankruptcy offense, if they were fined or incarcerated, if they attempted to fraud, destruct or falsify financial records.

What are Bankruptcy Records?

What are Bankruptcy Records?

Bankruptcy is a type of form-driven legal case in which the petitioner must begin a lengthy paperwork process by filling all the financial information needed on official bankruptcy forms provided by the local courts. Some bankruptcy types seek to reorganize a person’s finances and allow them to pay off debts in time (Chapter 13, Chapter 9 is for municipalities, Chapter 11 for businesses). Other types, such as Chapter 7 - also known as the “traditional bankruptcy”- end in liquidation anda person’s assets are sold in order to pay off as many creditors as possible. Chapter 12 is similar to Chapter 13, with extra benefits for the debtors. It allows farmers and fishermen to avoid foreclosure or liquidation and restructure their finances.

Bankruptcy records provide key identifying information, including the person's Name and Address, Date and Location of filing, Bankruptcy Chapter, Social Security number, Business or Trading Name, whether the person owns or rents their residence and if they previously filed for bankruptcy. All data is easily accessible through our lookup tool.

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