More than two and a half years after the Boy Scouts of America first filed for bankruptcy in the District of Delaware, attorneys for tens of thousands of sexual abuse survivors are celebrating the court’s approval of a final Chapter 11 plan.

Judge Laurie Selber Silverstein’s final approval last week means a trust of more than $2.4 billion in settlement funds obtained to date can start to be distributed to the more than 82,000 abuse claimants, though there’s no set timetable for when that process will be complete.

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