While filing for bankruptcy is a matter of public record, the fact is that not everyone has to know about the action. Outside of you, your bankruptcy attorney Denver, the court trustee, and your creditors, no one else has to be directly involved. In fact, the bankruptcy is likely to attract very little attention unless you decide to share details with friends and family members.
If you choose to keep the matter quiet, it is possible for friends and coworkers to know nothing about the bankruptcy action. This is especially true if you qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy action. If you are embarrassed that things got to this point, there is no need to share details with others. Allow the court to handle the matter, then use the outcome to start fresh.