How to Access Bankruptcy Records Online


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Do you want to investigate the financial situation of a potential investor, business partner or individual?

Or the history of their financial track record?

Since you need a person’s direct approval to access their credit bureau file (the laws regarding this vary from one district to another, so consult with an attorney to clarify the legal situation for your area), you'll need to conduct a search for the results of bankruptcy or financial instability.

Court records, which are open to the public, are the most likely source to turn up lawsuits or judgments against a person which might include a previous bankruptcy filing. Essentially every state court provides public access to appellate, bankruptcy and US district court dockets which may include the names of all parties, the current status of the court’s judgment or opinion, etc.

For example, if you search your state's court records, you will find:

* Bankruptcy filings

* Tax court filings

* Lawsuits against debtors (usually by collection agencies and credit card companies)

* Lawsuits against a business name (either by consumers, or by other business or government entities)

* And much more…

Most court records or dockets provide a brief description of the case, the alleged offense, as well as the current status of the court case, whether it’s already been decided or still pending.

Court records are public and can be accessed from your state or county court office -- or they can be viewed online. However, each office individually manages their court records, and some office websites are almost impossible to find. Many large states (those with a population of over 5 million residents) have more than 10 different databases of court records, one for each county or major municipality.

That's where Search and Spy comes in.

We connect you directly to a catalog of over 100 different court record databases and searchable websites for each available US state, county and municipality -- most of which are difficult to find and not commonly used by people other than private investigators, attorneys or law enforcement agencies.

In short, Search and Spy turns your computer into your very own private investigator!

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