There are likely to be many attorneys wandering the desolate halls of cash-strapped subprime lenders in coming months as some companies in the industry confront a host of legal and financial challenges.

Outside attorneys working for the companies will help them with corporate restructurings, asset sales and bankruptcy filings; guide them through state and federal government probes; and take on class actions by consumers, investors and employees.

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