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Chelsea Art Museum Closes Doors Temporarily

It is being reported that due to efforts to avoid foreclosure, the Chelsea Art Museum will be closing their doors for the second half of August.

The museum filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy at the beginning of August and is currently working to restructure finances in attempts to continually evade the possibility of foreclosure. According to a managing director at the museum, such a closure was not discussed with them. There were previously shows scheduled for the second half of the month.

If you are currently in a situation where you are struggling to control your finances and keep your head above water, it is vitally important that you take the time to explore all of your options. While many people believe the myths that surround bankruptcy, it is often a viable solution towards getting your feet back underneath you. If you are currently looking into filing for bankruptcy, contact Pacific Attorney Group today to evaluate your case and look into the possible options for you. An experienced Los Angeles bankruptcy lawyer will be able to give you the legal support you need to get through this struggle as easily as possible so that you can start a new chapter with a clean slate.

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