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Their are two ways to find out about your case that is fairly easy"
1. Go directly to the Bankruptcy Court and they will provide you information provide you with your bankruptcy petition
2. Contact your bankruptcy attorney or any attorney with PACER access and they can download the bankruptcy information from the internet.
You can also contact a retrieval service from the link above and they will provide the information you need for you.
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