Will My Employer Find Out About My Bankruptcy?
Filing for bankruptcy can be a difficult decision, and often comes with the worry of whether or not your employer will find out. Knowing what to expect in terms of confidentiality and privacy is important when facing a financial hardship.
The good news is that employers are generally not notified if you file for bankruptcy — at least not right away. In most cases, your employer won’t even know that you have filed unless they are notified by a creditor or other third party who has obtained a judgment against you. However, if you’re applying for new credit while employed, your employer may be asked to provide information about your job status and income as part of the application process. In this case, it’s likely that they will learn about your bankruptcy filing.
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