Is Filing for Bankruptcy Public Record?


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When faced with overwhelming financial hardship, bankruptcy may be a very logical and suitable solution. While it is obvious that your creditors will be notified of your filing, you should also be aware that bankruptcy filings are public information. Understanding Public RecordsThe Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) was created in 1966 and stemmed from the idea that citizens have a right to the same information as our government. With minimal research, public records can rightfully be accessed by anyone.
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