Bankruptcy attorneys aren’t sure what to expect in the upcoming months as they wait to see the effects a number of pandemic-related factors will have on businesses. 

With some COVID-19-related restrictions being lifted recently and making it easier for many companies to get at least partially back to business as usual, there has been a slowdown in filings nationwide throughout the first half of 2021, with an increase just beginning. 

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