Official Bankruptcy Court Records

&  Bankruptcy Case Information

U.S. Records/ Bankruptcy Division

Orders for personal bankruptcy cases placed online are processed and sent via email, normally within 1-2 hours. ​​*Corporate bankruptcy cases will need to be ordered through a Clerk, by calling (800) 988-2448, M-F 9am-5pm.

​Under U.S. Records § code you may be eligible to get copies of your Bankruptcy Discharge Records at no cost. To see qualifying criteria, click link  Free Bankruptcy Discharge

California Bankruptcy Court Records 

All Personal Bankruptcy Paperwork, is electronically sent via email, normally within *1-2 hours. All bankruptcy documents legal, official and compliant with all lenders, creditors, credit reporting agency requirements, job applications and legal matters.
​Under U.S. Records § code you may be eligible to get copies of your Bankruptcy Discharge Records free. See if you qualify FREE Bankruptcy Discharge Papers
Have you been contacted by a creditor, collecting on an old bankrupt debt?  
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Forms to file a new bankruptcy without an attorney. 
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​For a certificate for proof of no bankruptcy or insolvency report. 
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Bankruptcy Records can be obtained by the person whom filed the bankruptcy, a lending institution such as a mortgage company, bank, mortgage brokers, loan officers, creditors named in the bankruptcy, and attorneys. Bankruptcy Records do not contain a full social security number for security reasons. The bankruptcy records will only contain the last four numbers for verification purposes. Bankruptcy records are sent via e-mail. Bankruptcy records will be sent promptly after order is complete. Bankruptcy records ordered Monday-Friday before 5:00 PM will be sent via e-mail or fax same business day. Orders received after 5:00PM will be sent via e-mail or fax next business day. Archived Bankruptcy Records are custom orders. For more information visit our Bankruptcy Records F.A.Q. page
Bankruptcy Records Los Angeles Division, Riverside Division, Santa Ana Division, Northern Division, San Fernando Valley, San Diego, Imperial counties, San Fransisco, Oakland, San Jose, Santa Rosa, San Francisco, Sacramento, Bakersfield, Modesto, Fresno

Phone Orders (800) 988-2448

Note: Extended hold times are possible on Mondays due to heavy call volume.
Phone: (800) 988-2448 l Fax (480) 247-4500 l Email:
Business Hours: M-F 9-5

Visit the FAQ page for additional Questions or contact us
Phone: (800) 988-2448  Fax (480) 247-4500

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can I walk into the courthouse and get my a copy of a bankruptcy case?
A: Yes! Just make sure you call ahead to get a page count of the bankruptcy file, so you will know the cost. The Clerk accepts money order/cashier checks, only. The price of the file will depend on the page count.

Q: Where can I get a copy of my bankruptcy records free?
A: Your attorney will usually keep copies of your file for up to 3 months after your bankruptcy has been discharged or dismissed. However, this does depend on each attorney. The Discharge records are free if the bankruptcy discharged less than 30 calendar days from today Order Free Discharge Records

Q. Bankruptcy Records are public records and should be free, why do I have to pay for my records?

A. The Discharge records are FREE if the bankruptcy discharged less than 30 days from today, (see above) otherwise it costs to store and upload bankruptcy and court records from the database. Cost's are to off set fee's.

Q: How do I know my bankruptcy records are available?

A. If you filed bankruptcy in 2004 or prior, your records are limited, call the Service Center to check the availability prior to ordering your records.

Q. How can I get a copy of Corporations and Business who have filed bankruptcy? 

A. All Corporation and Business Files, or Dockets, may be ordered by calling the Service Center due to the size of the file.





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