Trend Alert: Decrease in Bankruptcy Filings May Signal Financial Struggles

August 22, 2011 Posted by kingcade

An eight percent decline in bankruptcy filings nationwide may appear to be a positive economic sign. However, some industry experts attribute the decline to individuals not being able to afford to file for bankruptcy. The result may be a mass of pending bankruptcy filings, not unlike the shadow foreclosures feared in the real estate business. If the economy does not take a sharp turn for the better, those individuals who have been on the brink of bankruptcy will eventually be forced to file.

It is predicted that the number of bankruptcy filings will rise when the employment situation improves. When these individuals on the verge of bankruptcy return to work, they will be able to afford the filing fee and the necessary legal representation.

To read more on this topic visit:
http://articles.boston.com/2011-08-18/business/29901785_1_bankruptcy-filings-troubled-firms-berry-associates

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