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About A.V. Legal Center
A.V. Legal Center is a debt relief agency practicing Bankruptcy law in Southern California. Over the past 20 years our bankruptcy law firm has successfully represented thousands of individuals in the United States Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California with eliminating debts through bankruptcy and starting a fresh financial life. There is Life After Debt please call us for a free initial consultation with an experienced competent California bankruptcy lawyer.
News & Updates
California Bankruptcy Law & Exemptions
When an individual, business, or government is unable to repay its debt, the federal government offers different forms of resolutions under bankruptcy law, as well as exemptions. The idea behind bankruptcy law and exemptions is that you need to find a way as a business, individual, or a municipality to make as much of an effort as you can to repay your debt. However, in certain situations, you might need help doing that by way of liquidating any assets you have or developing a repayment plan. -Credited Source Lawrina
Bankruptcy Filings Take Sharp Drop
Personal and business bankruptcy filings took a sharp drop in the twelve-month period ending June 30, 2022, falling 17.7 percent compared with the previous year.
According to statistics released by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, annual bankruptcy filings totaled 380,634 in the year ending June 2022, compared with 462,309 cases in the previous year.
Business filings fell 31.1 percent, from 18,511 to 12,748 in the year ending June 30, 2022. Non-business bankruptcy filings fell 17.1 percent to 367,886, compared with 443,798 in the previous year.
Bankruptcy filings have fallen almost steadily since peaking in 2010. That trend has accelerated since the pandemic began in early 2020, despite some early COVID-related disruptions to the economy.