Individuals can perform a bankruptcy public record search for free on phone by calling the specific bankruptcy court's voice case information system. They can also get this information by visiting the bankruptcy court in person and requesting for bankruptcy public records at the public access terminal.
Most bankruptcy courts have an automated voice case information system, and individuals can access bankruptcy public record at any time of day or night. All they need is the person's name, Social Security number or the case number. The telephone information system provides the case number, debtor's name, case status, case disposition and information on whether there were any assets in the bankruptcy case.
Individuals can also visit the specific court where the bankruptcy case was filed to get bankruptcy information for free. However, they must have the case number, which they can obtain by calling the voice case information system.