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Bankruptcies don't become public record until after they are discharged. Perhaps you could just ask him, or one of his family members. I see no reason why it would be a big secret. If you still have joint debts, you will be notified of the proceedings. Child support, spousal support is not dischargeable in bankruptcies , (in case you were curious).
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No. It is similar to your taxes, you have the option of filing jointly. However, if you have been married for awhile and have a lot of joint debt, you should file jointly. … No. It is similar to your taxes, you have the option of filing jointly. However, if you have been married for awhile and have a lot of joint debt, you should file jointly because your obligation to repay joint debt will survive your husband's bankruptcy. For example, if your husband has a truck but the truck loan is in both of your names, you will be obligated to take over the entire debt if your husband files bankruptcy.
Answer No he can't. Go find yourself a good attorney.
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You can file bankruptcy together or individually when you are separated. What happens in your separation could affect your ability to file Chapter 7 and you may have to fi…le Chapter 13 instead.
Anyone and everyone can. It is a matter of public record and even the BK has the obligation to make sure all interested parties have the info.
The first two digits of the docket number, before the hyphen, tells you the year. If you don't have the docket number, you can go to a bankruptcy court or bankruptcy lawyer's …office and look it up on the computer.
It will leave you responsible for any joint debts you had with your ex. That includes any arrears prior to the ex filing, attorney's fees, penalties, etc. That will in turn af…fect your credit score and your credit report. If there are no joint debts, it should have little effect, but you may want to read her schedules in the bankruptcy court and get a new copy of your credit reports from the big three (Experian, TransUnion, Equifax), one free each year from www.annualcreditreports.com.
Creditor receive a notice from your BK from the BK court.
3 WAYSIf it owes you money it is supposed to notify youThis is to be advertised in the local paper.The court has public records, you can search these for a small fee.
Go to your local courthouse, go to the information desk, and ask for the number for legal aid. They'll be able to direct you to a low-cost attorney in your area that handles b…ankruptcies.
Bankruptcy court records are public records, unless the court has impounded some or all the information for some good reason. There are banking publications, like Banker & Tra…desman, that publish all filings in their area. Some local newspapers still publish bankruptcy filings from their communities. And you can check out the bankruptcy filings at the bankruptcy court for your area. There is usually a public access computer in the clerk's office where you can look for filings by name. A deputy clerk will be happy to assist you.
Look up the name through the court PACER system.
The best way to find out how to file for bankruptcy is to hire a lawyer. Not only will they be able to advise you on the process and steps involved, as each case is different,… but they will help you with the vast amount of admin involved.
A company filing for bankruptcy must do so at a court, which is generally a matter for public record. Local procedures will determine the manner in which you can access this …information.
Go back to the court where you filed and ask for a copy of the case details. You may also find it on your credit history.