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Over 2 Billion Records Available!

What Are Public Records?

Public Records are exactly what their name implies: records that exist by law for public use that are available to the general public.

The following are some examples of different public records that are available.

Death Records:

  • Full name of the deceased
  • Name of the person who reported the death
  • Location of where the deceased will be buried
  • Birth date of the deceased
  • Date, time, location, and cause of death
  • Age and residence at time of death
  • Marital status
  • Name and birthplace of mother and father
  • Name of person who reported death

Bankruptcy Records:

  • Applicants name, birth date, and address
  • Case name and case number
  • Names of creditors involved in the case
  • Court dates
  • Motions filed
  • Contact information for your attorney and trustee
  • Type of filing (Chapter 7, 13, etc)
  • State in which they filed

Sex Offender Records:

  • Applicants name, birth date, and address
  • Nature of offense
  • State in which they are registered as a sex offender
  • Additional court information (Variable by state)

Marriage Records

  • Full name of the applicants
  • Prior maden names, if applicable
  • Location of marriage
  • Date of marriage
  • Name of person presiding over the marriage proceeding

Divorce Records:

  • Full name of the applicants
  • Prior maiden names, if applicable
  • Location of divorce
  • Date of marriage
  • Date of divorce finalization
  • Name of judge/mediator presiding over divorce proceeding

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