Q: How can i locate documentation from my personal bankruptcy? it was in 2012.
It was filed in Doyelstown Pa.
A: From your lawyer or go to the courthouse where you filed the bankruptcy and the request a copy. If you know anyone who has a pacer.gov account, they can get if for you on line.
A: www.pacer.gov is the website that allows access to Bankruptcy Court filings. You will need to set up an account. Also, you could call your old lawyer, or actually go to the Court house. This is as long as you are not looking for personal documents used for Petition Prep, and those would probably only be with the lawyer
A: You can access all bankruptcy court dockets and documents filed in any case (if you know the federal district and the case number) by opening an account at https://www.pacer.gov/. You don't need to be a lawyer to use a pacer account to access documents filed with the court, but you do need authorization from the Court Clerk in any district to file documents. With a pacer account, you can reach any bankruptcy court case in the US.
As others have indicated, your bankruptcy lawyer in the prior case should have all such documents, and best practice is to provide a client with all such documents.
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