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This website is to assist in ordering Official Bankruptcy Court Records, for personal bankruptcies. All Corporate Bankruptcy case files, must be ordered through a U.S. Records Clerk, by calling (800) 988-2448, Monday - Friday 9AM - 5PM (excluding legal holidays). All Personal Bankruptcy Paperwork ordered on the website, is electronically sent via email, normally within an hour, unless otherwise requested to be sent U.S.P.S. Copies are legal paperwork and guaranteed compliant with all lender, creditor, and credit reporting agency requirements. Larger bankruptcy records files may take longer to process.
Under U.S. Records § code, you may be eligible to get copies of your Bankruptcy Discharge Records Free. For more information, click on the link below, to check eligibility requirements for FREE Bankruptcy Discharge Papers.
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Q: Where can I get a copy of my bankruptcy records free?
A. The Attorney may keep copies of Bankruptcy Papers. However Attorney's are not required to keep bankruptcy filings. This does depend on each attorney. The Discharge records are free if the bankruptcy discharged less than 30 calendar days from today if ordered on this website. "Free Bankruptcy Papers"
Q. How can I get a copy of Corporate bankruptcy files?
A. All Corporation and Business Files, may be ordered by calling the U.S. Records, Service Center, due to the size of the file.
Q. Creditors collection on debts included in an old bankruptcy?
A. Bankruptcy records use to be kept indefinitely until 2015. Laws have now changed to keep bankruptcy files for only 20 years. This has caused a problem, with what is refereed to as "zombie" debt. Visit the credit page.
Q. Are bankruptcy files public?
A. If you file bankruptcy, It becomes public record, and will be in the "public record" section of your credit report.
Q. Where can I get Old Bankruptcy Papers?
A. If you filed bankruptcy in 2004 or prior, your records are limited, and may not be available to order electronically. Call (800) 988-2448 to check the availability prior to ordering your records, if this applies to you. The records may be available through NARA.(a government agency) We do not work in conjunction with NARA or any of its representatives. However, we can assist you in the ordering process. U.S. Records fee's to assist in the retrieval process of obtaining bankruptcy paperwork from NARA, depends on the time involved and cost involved for U.S. Records, plus NARA's fees
The Docket is a register of general information during the bankruptcy. Such as status, case number, filing and discharges dates, Attorney & Trustee information.
The Complete Bankruptcy File includes all documents filed during the bankruptcy case, Such as: Petition, Schedules A-J, Reaffirmation, Lien Avoidance, Amendments, Discharge / Dismissal Documents.