Personal bankruptcy filings in Connecticut are down for the first time since 1996 but business remains on the upswing for many bankruptcy lawyers across the state.
Why, then, are these attorneys�and bankruptcy judges and trustees, for that matter�acting a bit uneasy lately? Call it the fear of the unknown, the calm before the storm.
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