Bankruptcy Myth 2: Everyone Will Know You Have Filed For Bankruptcy

Posted By David Pritchard || 09/01/2020

FACT: Unless you’re famous, chances are very good that the only people who will know about a filing are your creditors and the people you tell. While it’s true that your bankruptcy is a matter of public record, unless someone is specifically trying to track down information on you, there is almost no chance that anyone will even know you filed.

To access the bankruptcy records you have to have access to the court records. To have access to these records, you must sign up and pay a fee to inspect the records.  So, your noisy neighbor is very unlikely to have the needed access.

To learn more about your options, please contact The Pritchard Law Firm at (817) 285-8017 to set a free appointment to learn which option is best in your circumstance.  Do not spend another sleepless night worrying about what you are going to do, contact The Pritchard Law Firm today and sleep better tonight.

David Pritchard
The Pritchard Law Firm
david@dlplegal.com

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