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Should a Court provide for Bankruptcy Attorney for US entities, if they are in Involuntary Bankruptcy?

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One Response to "Should a Court provide for Bankruptcy Attorney for US entities, if they are in Involuntary Bankruptcy?"

  1. lcmcpa says:
    No, the shouldn’t and they don’t. The entity should hire an attorney if they want one. They obviously don’t know much about money management and taxpayers should not be forced to pay for their ineptitude.

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