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Involuntary Bankruptcy Part 1 - How Cases Get Started in the U.S. Court System

How does an involuntary bankruptcy case get started in the United States Court system? Bankruptcy and financial services attorney Lisa Sumner explains how a person or a company can be forced into bankruptcy by an outside party.

Involuntary Bankruptcy Part 1 - How Cases Get Started in the U.S. Court System

How does an involuntary bankruptcy case get started in the United States Court system? Bankruptcy and financial services attorney Lisa Sumner explains how a person or a company can be forced into bankruptcy by an outside party.

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