You’re here because you’d like to know if someone filed for bankruptcy. Don’t worry I will show you exactly where to look and find bankruptcy records online. Since bankruptcies are public record then a great place to start is by accessing public record databases online. Public record databases contain many court records that may be hard to find anywhere else or take a lot of time for you to gather them. These databases make it easy to search and find the records you need. But today we are looking for bankruptcy records.
Start off at FreeBackgroundCheck.org and become a member for a few dollars. This is a quick sign up and it will save you a lot of time and effort in your search.
Once you’re signed up and in the member’s area then you will need to do a bankruptcy search.
On the left-hand tab (on a desktop PC) (Search Tab on Mobile) below court records click on Bankruptcies, Liens, and Judgments. Once you have clicked on that then you will see a search box that appears for you to search for bankruptcies.
Now type in the person’s information that you want to check bankruptcy records on and you will get your results.
As you can see the person I did a search on has filed for bankruptcy. The bankruptcy report lists the person’s name, when they filed for bankruptcy and what type of bankruptcy it was. Some other records and reports that we have (depending on the state) will list the docket number, the amount the person filed bankruptcy on, judgment date, the address of the person and some other details. But here we have a bankruptcy report on file for this person that shows they did file for bankruptcy in 2011. This was a very easy search and took me less than 2 minutes to check. Once again, accessing public record databases online proves to be one of the fastest and easiest ways to get information about someone. Don’t forget once you’re in the member’s area you can conduct unlimited searches. You can find people’s phone number, run a criminal history check on people, find emails, see if someone went to jail and more.