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Although only a federal court can hear and discharge a bankruptcy, searching for a specific bankruptcy record is often a matter for the states. That is, all state bankruptcy records are filed in accordance to the location and date of the filing. Identifying the state of filing can make partial bankruptcy searches far more fruitful.

Find statewide bankruptcy records in Alabama. Use a wide range of criteria to hone your search, from Montgomery to Birmingham. Keep in mind, regardless of the state, the most successful searches involve the full name and social security number of the individual in question.

You can find Alaska state bankruptcy records online. Use a wide range of criteria to hone your search, from Anchorage to Fairbanks. Remember, the most successful searches always involve a full name and social security number.

Arizona state bankruptcy records can be accessed, from Phoenix to Tucson. Hone your search using the full name, social security number, address, or date of filing. In some cases you can also search for a bankruptcy record using the federal case number.

Find bankruptcy records filed in the entire state of Arkansas. Utilize a wide range of search criteria to find records from Little Rock to Hot Springs. The federal bankruptcy court in Little Rock is the record repository for the entire state.

The Golden State claimed the highest number of calendar year bankruptcies in 2008, with well over 95,000 new bankruptcy applicants. It is projected the 2009 statistics will be double this amount. Find bankruptcy records from San Francisco to Los Angeles and every town and municipality in-between.

Colorado state bankruptcy records are aggregated at the Colorado Federal Bankruptcy Court, in Denver. Find bankruptcy records for the entire Rocky Mountain State, from Boulder to Aspen to Denver and beyond. Be sure to have the debtor's full name, social security, and, if possible, the case number to find the records you need.

Locating bankruptcy records in Connecticut can be relatively easy. With key pieces of information, like a full name or social security number, you can find the records you need, from New Haven to Hartford. At Courtrecods.org your search is always free.

The First State is home to the largest concentration of corporations in the nation. Known as a corporate haven par excellence, Delaware is home to more than half of all public-traded corporations in the United States. Finding corporate bankruptcy records is a matter of knowing the name and address of the corporation at hand.

Florida bankruptcy records can be searched for free at Courtrecords.org. Find any bankruptcy records in the state, from Miami to Tallahassee. Whether it is a Chapter 7, 11, or 13 bankruptcy, with the proper search criteria you can find the records you need in speedy fashion.

The Peach State claimed more than 51,000 bankruptcies during the 2008 calendar year. From Atlanta to Savannah you can find the records you need provided you have the necessary information. The full name, social security number and address of the individual in question is necessary to conduct an accurate -- and free -- search.

Despite its stunning beauty, the Aloha State claimed approximately 2,000 bankruptcies in 2008. Though a relatively small number, keep in mind in terms of population the island state only ranks 42nd out of 50 states. Find the bankruptcy records you need, for free.

Find bankruptcy records in the Gem State for free. From Boise to Lewiston, you can use any number of qualifiers to filter your bankruptcy search. Keep in mind the most useful pieces of information are the individual's full name, address and if possible, his or her social security number.

Illinois state bankruptcy records can be access online for free. From iconic Chicago to Springfield, you can find any bankruptcy filed in the state spanning back to the seven year statute of limitations. Make the most of your free search by obtaining either the full name or social security number of the individual in question.

The Hoosier State claimed more than 38,000 bankruptcies in 2008. This number is slated to double in 2009. Locate bankruptcy records from Indianapolis to Fort Wayne to South Bend. Be sure to incorporate as much filtering information as possible to better locate the records you need.

Bankruptcy records in the Hawkeye State, for the most part, will be aggregated at the federal district bankruptcy court in Des Moines. These aggregated records, however, encompass the entire state, from Sioux City to Davenport. Be sure you have as much information pertaining to the individual in question as possible before instigating your search.

From Wichita to Topeka and back to Kansas City, you can find any state bankruptcy records filed within the last ten years. The most successful searches involve the full name and social security number of the individual in question. Filter your search with as much personal information as possible.

The Bluegrass State claimed approximately 20,000 bankruptcies in 2008. From Louisville to Lexington, you can search for any bankruptcy record in the entire state. To minimize your search time and maximize your results, be sure to you have as much personal information as possible, specifically a full name and a social security number.

From Shreveport to New Orleans, the Pelican State witnessed 14,000 bankruptcies in 2008. To quickly find the bankruptcy records you need, be sure you have as much relevant information as possible. A full name or social security number will yield the quickest and most accurate results.

Find state bankruptcy records in the Pine Tree State. From Bangor to Portland, you can scour the state to find the records you need. To maximize results and minimize your search time, be sure to use key pieces of information, namely a full name, address, and social security number.

A bankruptcy record search in the Old Line State is free and relatively straightforward. Amongst the 17,000 people who filed for bankruptcy in 2008, you can find an individual case in a matter of minutes. You can use a full name, social security number, address, or even a case file number to find the individual record in question.

From Boston to Pittsfield, you can find any state bankruptcy record on file provided you have the right information. The Bay State requires no less than a full name, social security number, address, and the date of the filing before accessing an individual's bankruptcy records. Find the records you need as quickly as possible with Courtrecords.org.

Michigan state bankruptcy records can be accessed online for free. From Lansing to Detroit, all the bankruptcies filed within the last ten years can be retrieved online. Be aware of the fact that searching for a bankruptcy record is free at Courtrecords.org, but actually accessing the file may require paying a nominal fee.

The North Star State witnessed the filing of over 15,000 bankruptcies in 2008. As that number is slated to double, finding a bankruptcy record could become more and more problematic. Be sure you are prepared with the most relevant information possible, namely, a social security number.

Quickly find state bankruptcy records in the Magnolia State. From Tupelo to Jackson, you can find an individual case file online for free. Filter your results with as much personal information as possible, including a full name and a social security number.

Bankruptcy records in the Show Me State can be accessed, for free, online. Using a full name or a social security number, you can quickly locate a bankruptcy record anywhere in the state. From St. Louis to Kansas City, you and find the records you need -- for free.

From Butte to Sidney, the state of Montana has witnessed a relatively small amount of bankruptcies in 2008. With roughly 1,000 cases filed, it should be a relatively straightforward process to retrieve the bankruptcy record you need. Keep in mind, with Courtrecords.org your search is free.

Find bankruptcy records in the Cornhusker State with relative ease. From Omaha to Kimball, you can locate any bankruptcy filed within the last ten years. With a full name or social security number you can locate any case filed in the 8th Federal District.

The Silver State witnessed a significant number of bankruptcies in 2008, with over 18,000 cases filed during the calendar year. Find any bankruptcy record filed within the last ten years. The most successful searches involve the full name and social security number of the individual in question.

Bankruptcy records in New Hampshire are aggregated in the capitol city of Concord. You can access any bankruptcy record filed within the last ten years online. At Courtrecods.org you can find any record in the Granite State for free.

The Garden State witnessed more than 25,000 bankruptcies in 2008. You can locate a specific bankruptcy record online, using any number of filters to specify the file in question. From Newark to Atlantic City, you can find the records you need for free.

Find bankruptcy records in the Enchanted State. Utilize a wide range of criteria to hone your search from Santa Fe to Albuquerque. Find the records you need in an efficient and timely manner.

Short of California and Ohio, the Empire State saw the third highest number of bankruptcies filed in 2008. With more than 34,000 individuals filing during the calendar year, finding the record you need requires using the most accurate information possible. Be sure you have at least a full name or social security number before beginning your search.

From Charlotte to Raleigh, the Tar Heel State witnessed 21,000 individual bankruptcies during 2008. Find the bankruptcy records you need as quickly as possible at Courtrecords.org. To make the most of your search, be sure you have at least a full name or a social security number.

Find bankruptcy records in the Roughrider State. Utilize a wide range of criteria to hone your search from Bismarck to Fargo. Find the records you need in an efficient and timely manner.

From Cleveland to Columbus, the Buckeye State witnessed more than 56,000 individual bankruptcies during 2008. This is the second highest number in the United States. Find the bankruptcy records you need as quickly as possible at Courtrecords.org.

Bankruptcy records in Oklahoma are aggregated at the Federal Bankruptcy Court in the capitol, Oklahoma City. You can access any bankruptcy record filed within the last ten years online. At Courtrecods.org you can find any record in the Sooner State for free.

From Portland to Salem and back to Eugene, you can find any state bankruptcy records filed within the last ten years. The most successful searches involve the full name and social security number of the individual in question. Filter your search with as much personal information as possible.

Find bankruptcy records in the Quaker State for free. From Philadelphia to Pittsburgh, you can use any number of qualifiers to filter your bankruptcy search. Keep in mind the most useful pieces of information are the individual's full name, address and if possible, his or her social security number.

The Ocean State claimed only 4,000 bankruptcies during the 2008 calendar year. From Providence to Newport, locating a particular bankruptcy record should be a relatively straightforward process. Have the individual's full name and social security number on hand to make the search as effective as possible.

Find bankruptcy records in the Palmetto State quickly and easily. Utilize a wide range of criteria to hone your search from Columbia to Charleston. Find the records you need in an efficient and timely manner.

Bankruptcy records in South Dakota are aggregated in the capitol city of Pierre. You can access any bankruptcy record filed within the last ten years online. At Courtrecods.org you can find any record in the Mount Rushmore State for free.

From Memphis to Nashville, you can find any Tennessee state bankruptcy records filed within the last ten years. The most successful searches involve the full name and social security number of the individual in question. Filter your search with as much personal information as possible. 

Find bankruptcy records in the Lone Star State for little to no cost. From Dallas to San Antonio, you can use any number of qualifiers to filter your bankruptcy search. Keep in mind the most useful pieces of information are the individual's full name, address and if possible, his or her social security number.

The Beehive State claimed only 9,000 bankruptcies during the 2008 calendar year. From Salt Lake City to St. George, finding a particular bankruptcy record should be a relatively straightforward process. Have the individual's full name and social security number on hand to make the search as effective as possible.

The Green Mountain State witnessed little more than 1,000 bankruptcies in 2008. You can locate a specific bankruptcy record online, using any number of filters to specify the file in question. From Burlington to Brattleboro, you can find the records you need for free.

You can find Virginia state bankruptcy records online. Use a wide range of criteria to hone your search, from Richmond to Virginia Beach. Remember, the most successful searches always involve a full name and social security number. 

From Olympia to Seattle, you can find any Washington bankruptcy records filed within the last ten years. The most successful searches involve the full name and social security number of the individual in question. Filter your search with as much personal information as possible.

The nation's capitol only claimed 823 bankruptcy filings in 2008. In comparison to a population of 590,000, it is a trifling statistic. Nevertheless, the most successful searches involve the full name and social security number of the individual in question.

From Charleston to Beckley, you can find any West Virginia bankruptcy records filed within the last ten years. The most successful searches involve the full name and social security number of the individual in question. Filter your search with as much personal information as possible.

The Badger State witnessed a surprising 20,000 bankruptcies in 2008. You can locate a specific bankruptcy record online, using any number of filters to specify the file in question. From Madison to Milwaukee, you can find the records you need for free.

Find bankruptcy records in the Cowboy State for free. From Cheyenne to Casper, you can use any number of qualifiers to filter your bankruptcy search. Keep in mind the most useful pieces of information are the individual's full name, address and if possible, his or her social security number.