What is a Bankruptcy Search?
Our Bankruptcy Filings search covers all filings from US Bankruptcy courts.
Types of cases represented: Chapter 7, 9, 11, 12, 13 Schedule 341/Trusteeship.
This is not a real-time search,
but rather a database search that is updated monthly from all United States Bankruptcy courts.
With this tool, you can search past bankruptcy filings up to 7 years back. All results are emailed in a pdf to the email provided in the form.
What is a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?
In a chapter 7 bankruptcy, an individual sells the debtor’s nonexempt assets and uses the proceeds to pay off creditors.
Due to Bankruptcy code, part of the debtor’s property may be subjected to liens, and mortgages that pledge the property of other creditors.
Bankruptcy code may also allow a debtor to keep exempt property.
Filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy may result in loss of property and is also considered the most common form of bankruptcy.
What is a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy?
A chapter 11 bankruptcy is generally declared by corporations and partnerships as a way of reorganizing.
This filing allows the debtor to propose a plan of reorganization that keep its business or businesses alive and to pay back its creditors back over time.
What is a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
The chapter 13 bankruptcy also referred to the wage’s earner plan, allows a debtor to keep assets, and pay debtors over a pre-determined period of time, usually three to five years long.
This “wage earner plan” is based off the income of the debtor which determines the length of time to pay off said debt.
How much does it cost to lookup a bankruptcy case?
Our bankruptcy search costs $12 per search.
Who can conduct a bankruptcy search?
Anyone can conduct a bankruptcy search.
This bankruptcy search can be used to view an individual’s financial past in bankruptcies.
This tool can also be used to potential clients for investing for future investments.