Robert M. Lawless

University of Illinois; co-author of the study “Graying of U.S. Bankruptcy: Fallout from Life in a Risk Society"

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Law Professor at the University of Illinois, and co-author of the study “Graying of U.S. Bankruptcy: Fallout from Life in a Risk Society.”

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In the last 30 years, the rate of Americans over the age of 65 filing for bankruptcy has tripled according to a new study from the Consumer Bankruptcy Project.

Getting old and going broke

In the last 30 years, the rate of Americans over the age of 65 filing for bankruptcy has tripled according to a new study from the Consumer Bankruptcy Project.

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